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March-4-2019
EU and Arab League build new coordination mechanism
Leaders from European and Arab nations met in Egypt to talk about a promising new mechanism for cooperation on key issues in the region.
March-2-2019
China and India lead the world in making the planet greener
Despite being castigated as the bad boys in causing environmental damage, a new study shows China and India are actually leading the way in creating a greener world.
February-18-2019
China at the MSC: Building global responsibility
Speaking at the Munich Security Conference of 2019, Chinese Politbureau member Yang Jiechi underscored Beijing’s collaborative role in a foreign policy based on mutual respect, multilateralism and a shared future.
February-20-2019
US-Europe divide more evident in Munich
The postwar alliance between Western Europe and the U.S. is rapidly unraveling, increasing global political uncertainty and providing fuel for many conflicts around the globe.
February-13-2019
African Union works towards peace and security
The newly elected AU Chairperson Abdel Fattah el-Sisi will focus on peace and security on the African continent. However, more funding and support is needed to carry out this task.
February-13-2019
Slow death of the INF treaty
Donald Trump's decision to scrap the INF Treaty with Russia is understandable in some ways, but there remains a definite need to find a better replacement.
January-31-2019
Pakistan gears up for Chinese tourists
Increased travel to neighboring countries by Chinese citizens promises to be a game changer for the Pakistan tourist industry.
January-30-2019
France and Germany move closer together to lead Europe
The agreement between France and Germany on greater bilateral cooperation is designed to further promote European peace and stability; yet, by seeking to isolate the U.S. and the U.K., it might create the opposite effect.
January-29-2019
Friendship in the Balkans
The accord between Greece and North Macedonia, over a longstanding name dispute, is an encouraging development in the often-tortuous Balkan politics.
January-18-2019
British paying high price for emotional Brexit decision
The British people voted to leave the European Union. Now, they find themselves in unchartered waters, having to pay for a decision based more on emotion than thoughtful calculation.
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