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July-20-2018
The future of Sino-European relations
Beijing favors compromising solutions and its stance is more constructive than that of Brussels because the latter seems to prefer to employ a reactive approach.
July-19-2018
​Brexit deserves a second vote

For the U.K. to leave the European Union now because of a single, flawed referendum held two years prior would be arbitrary, imprudent and undemocratic.

July-19-2018
​Erdogan's foreign policy choices and the role of BRI
The Chinese model should inspire peaceful solutions for Turkey instead of zero-sum choices that might even lead to military accidents. 
July-18-2018
Trump thrives in Brussels and London
Despite hiccups and unease both at Brussels and London, Trump's strong-arm tactics are transforming his image and he is emerging as a leader who can go to any length to safeguard the interests of his people.
July-18-2018
UAE gears up to greet President Xi
As a gateway to new consumer markets and lucrative investment options, the UAE has great potential and it could even be a future member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.
July-17-2018
The future of US-EU relations
With increasing friction between the U.S. and EU, the rocky relations bring into question whether the TTIP will ever come into fruition. However, due to shared ideologies, the transatlantic ties are sure to flourish in the future. 
July-17-2018
​Rescue of Thai soccer players, coach: Lessons learned
This wonderful and successful rescue should lead us all to a sense of gratitude for all of those who have positively impacted our lives. May we go forward to also lead lives in service of others.
July-16-2018
China boosts regional connectivity via Greece in 16+1
The recent 16+1 summit highlighted the significant investment opportunities for China in European infrastructure projects. 
July-12-2018
Trump, NATO, EU and liberal order
Trump's concerns over NATO are not new. They are valid long-term concerns of every single American taxpayer, and Europe continues to ignore it at its own peril.
July-10-2018
​Supreme Court retirement triggers Republican-Democratic fight
With a position now open on the Supreme Court, Republicans and Democrats are fighting desperately to influence President Trump's choice, with Democrats eager to block another conservative-leaning justice.
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