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2015 Will be a Seminal Year for Myanmar
2015 Will be a Seminal Year for Myanmar  


March 11, 2015  

For better or for worse… The country’s transition remains ambiguous, and its trajectory has not yet crystallized Myanmar,... 

Whither Armenia and the Customs Union?
Whither Armenia and the Customs Union?  


March 11, 2015  

A century after the Armenian genocide, and a quarter century post-independence, Armenia pivots to Moscow Why is Armenia... 

Middle Earth and the Middle Kingdom
Middle Earth and the Middle Kingdom  


November 7, 2014  

Or on the dynamic between very small and very large states, and how New Zealand is managing its Asia pivot The liberal,... 

The ISIS Threat in Perspective
The ISIS Threat in Perspective  


November 7, 2014  

This coalition of the willing will score some short-term victories, but should brace for longer-term pain A coalition of... 

Turkish Exceptionalism and its Critics
Turkish Exceptionalism and its Critics  


March 24, 2014  

Harder times are triggering the baser instincts of the rulers of Asia Minor Like most governments that have been in power... 

A President’s Political Capital
A President’s Political Capital  


March 23, 2014  

Pena Nieto has had a whirlwind first year of reforms in all areas of Mexican life. Now he must change the reality on the... 

L’Afrique du Sud a mal
L’Afrique du Sud a mal  


November 11, 2013  

Taille économique bientôt dépassée par le Nigeria, taux de criminalité extraordinaire, mise en branle du rêve de réconciliation... 

Cracks in the Persian Puzzle
Cracks in the Persian Puzzle  


September 8, 2013  

There is nothing exceptional or sui generis about the Iran-US rivalry and current impasse. A window may have opened. It should... 

Positive Signs for a Southern Philippine Peace
Positive Signs for a Southern Philippine Peace  


June 17, 2013  

The Framework Agreement on the Bangsamoro could soon bring a Nobel Peace Prize to the Malaysian prime minister The intrusion... 

Guatemala Cannot Rebuild
Guatemala Cannot Rebuild  


June 17, 2013  

The new century’s first successful intra-country genocide prosecution has been annulled. We start again… Last March,... 

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