Opinion

In Defense of the Iran Nuclear Deal

ObTru, cc Flickr Karl-Ludwig Poggemann, modified, https://www.flickr.com/photos/hinkelstone/31196987133/in/photolist-PwLHov-zTtQQd-yXzMrU-CGCfvx-zBZNfC-ybei6R-yqqxij-xvRevR-vXfapm-ysH8xr-ytsgfk-yb3beN-xvRcFZ-ybdj2R-ysH9ie-xvRQ5v-yb8421-wfjqVH-yrMHfS-ysF3i2-ytqVot-weVvRK-wee6eW-yb543s-ysJ9Wr-yrN7Bw-wfmyk8-weeHrA-yrNHTU-yb8weq-vXhrDQ-ybch3x-vXfpuo-ybcjxT-yrCWHb-vXfLdu-xvDAYf-zBZV2S-zUJnmy-yaXkpb-ybaa2H-ybdFhr-ytikJD-z1buRr-yaXAzb-zCuYxd-zEqMcJ-zBYrWy-yaYC7W-24Bbk1i

With every passing day, it becomes more obvious that scrapping the Iran nuclear deal was a strategic and diplomatic blunder.

The Dangerous Simplicity of Brett Kavanaugh

Brett_Kavanaugh_and_Johnny_Isakson, public domain, Wiki commons Office of Senator Johnny Isakson, modified, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Brett_Kavanaugh_and_Johnny_Isakson.jpg

Make no mistake: Brett Kavanaugh is not Neil Gorsuch 2.0. On key constitutional matters, the two couldn’t be any more different.

The 2018 Bucharest Conference on Terrorism and the Middle East

PumpJack, cc Flickr Paul Lowry, modified, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/

This year’s Bucharest Conference on Terrorism and the Middle East explored regional security issues from the perspectives of experts from Iran, Syria, and Russia.

Central Asia and Afghanistan: Helping Your Neighbor

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Exploring the role of Central Asian governments in stabilizing Afghanistan.

Cry Havoc! Why the West Needs to Let Slip the Dogs of War in Africa

cc Flickr US Army Africa, modified, East African soldiers from Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda and Sudan practice counter-IED movement during training March 30, 2011. Photo by Staff Sgt. Austin M. May, CJTF-HOA Public Affairs Office

Could mercenaries help to unwind the growing nexus of terrorism and criminality in Africa?

Mending the Marriage: The Importance of Stabilizing US-China Relations

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The US-China bilateral relationship is too big to fail.

China’s Evolving Arctic Policy: Two Geopolitical Threats

XueLon, cc Flickr Bernard Spragg. NZ, modified, https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/

With an expanding icebreaker fleet, land purchases around the GIUK gap, and perhaps even a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier in the near future, China is becoming a force to be reckoned with in the Arctic.

Malabar 2018: Why Is It Important?

PHILIPPINE SEA (June 14, 2017) Ships from the Indian Navy, Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) and the U.S. Navy sail in formation during Malabar 2018. Malabar 2018 is the 22nd rendition of the exercise and the first time it has been hosted off the coast of Guam. Malabar is designed to advance military-to-military coordination in a multinational environment between the U.S., Japan and Indian maritime forces. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Erwin Jacob V. Miciano/Released) 180615-N-VI515-648, modified

Deepening military cooperation was on display in this year’s annual Malabar exercises between India, the United States, and relative newcomer Japan.

Did “Putin’s World Cup” Pack a Geopolitical Punch?

Vladimir_Putin_FIFA_World_Cup_Trophy_Tour_kick-off_ceremony, modified www.kremlin.ru

Russia’s World Cup dividend is set to be short-lived. The same might not be true for Qatar in 2022.

Fishing Frontlines: A Sea Change for Southeast Asia Fish Exports

Catfish (Pangasius) from Vietnam's freshwater fish farms. Vietnamfish, Cong Mao - Vietnam News Agency., modified.

Strong region-wide management practices can help replenish Southeast Asia’s declining fish stocks. But getting there won’t be easy.

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