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Rousseff’s Global Challenge: Do Better Than India

With Modi, India got a new life politically. What about Brazil?

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Germany, America and the Global Order

How two reluctant, yet pivotal powers adjust to a pluralistic and less Western world order.

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Modi and Jokowi: Why the World Should Take Notice

Comparing the leaders of the world’s largest and third-largest democracies.

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Oil as a WMO: The West’s Weapon of Mass Obedience?

Will lower oil prices drive Saudi Arabia and Russia to pursue sensible reforms at home at long last?

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Modi and Obama: A Study in Parallels

Obama’s case in the U.S. suggests caution is warranted regarding the current hype about India’s one-man show.

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Texas & Germany: Energy Twins?

Texas and Germany may hold the key to the future of the world’s energy markets.

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The Power of Video: From ISIS to the NFL

The power of the media to shape and shift public opinion.

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China Loves a Weaker Russia

Why may China want to support Ukraine – even if it means quarrelling with Putin?

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China-South Korea: Misguided Romance in East Asia?

Just how serious is this fledgling romance between Seoul and Beijing?

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Ukraine’s China Option

Should Poroshenko visit Beijing, as Richard Nixon once did?

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