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China’s ASEAN Coup

Washington is outmaneuvered on the South China Sea Dispute by deft diplomacy, as ASEAN renders itself useless.

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Who Can Contain China When U.S. Policy Fails?

A mutual prosperity doctrine is a better solution for U.S.-China relations in the 21st century.

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Can Iran and Saudi Arabia Co-Exist?

Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif has a vision.

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The “28 pages”: A Diversion From Real US-Saudi Issues

When will the real contradictions between U.S. and Saudi interests finally be openly acknowledged?

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Donald Trump: The Narendra Modi of America?

Two outsiders in India and the United States, each determined to tackle their country’s exhausted political establishment.

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Israel and Turkey: Approaching Reconciliation?

Normalization negotiations seem closer than ever to conclusion, but significant differences remain on Gaza, Hamas and Egypt.

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Saudi Arabia Abroad: A Kingdom In Retreat

Despite military adventurism beyond Saudi borders, the comfortable status quo is fading.

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Obama’s Farewell to Europe

Is the 44th U.S. President burying the Euro-Atlantic alliance?

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Does Saudi Arabia Want to Break Up Yemen?

What could possibly explain the current strategy?

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Message to the West: Don’t Just Focus on Pleasing Pakistani Generals

The West doing more to strengthen Pakistan’s civilian government will help the fight against terrorism.

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