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AMLO and the Future of Mexico-US Relations
AMLO and the Future of Mexico-US Relations  


October 30, 2018  

The future is pragmatic, provincial and opportunistic, rhetoric and reputations notwithstanding The last couple of years... 

Belarus Finds its Foreign Policy Stride
Belarus Finds its Foreign Policy Stride  


October 30, 2018  

The ‘last dictatorship of Europe’ hedges carefully between East and West, like a hedgehog and a fox all at once Until... 

Whither German Intelligence?
Whither German Intelligence?  


November 28, 2017  

As Angela Merkel returns for a fourth term, Germany’s services will have to reckon far more seriously with the country’s... 

The Limits of the ‘Australian Solution’
The Limits of the ‘Australian Solution’  


November 27, 2017  

Refugees and reflections on the limits of feasibility-based policy arguments Advocates of the so-called ‘Australian solution’... 

De la «bromance» au suspense
De la «bromance» au suspense  


March 3, 2017  

Dans les relations canado-amĂ©ricaines, Trudeau et le Canada doivent se prĂ©parer Ă  toute Ă©ventualitĂ© Le 8 novembre... 

Sierra Leone’s Prospects
Sierra Leone’s Prospects  


March 3, 2017  

Reforms must reckon with a small market, high informality, and general policy incoherence In the two-year period preceding... 

Mideast Collapse – Israel’s Concerns
Mideast Collapse – Israel’s Concerns  


September 2, 2016  

The Jewish State has never been so secure, and its neighbourhood so unpredictable The turmoil in the Middle East is affecting,... 

Turkish Foreign Policy Post-Failed Coup
Turkish Foreign Policy Post-Failed Coup  


September 2, 2016  

How relations with Washington and Brussels soured, and those with Moscow were resuscitated On July 16th, the Turkish people... 

India, Indonesia and Islam outside the Mideast
India, Indonesia and Islam outside the Mideast  


February 22, 2016  

Modi, Jokowi and the common test of radical Islamist groups While the leaders of both India and Indonesia face some common... 

Ghana’s Energy Paralysis
Ghana’s Energy Paralysis  


February 22, 2016  

Short-term pressures make any near-term African transition to renewable energy highly improbable Africa is facing a deep... 

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