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The Personal Dimension in Saudi-U.S. Relations
The Personal Dimension in Saudi-U.S. Relations

Relations between Saudi Arabia and the United States are largely set by the respective  leaders and the nature of the relationship between them. By Dr. Moran Zaga and Kobby Barda. (10/31/2022)

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Ethical Frameworks Can Not Be Applied to the U.S. Government
Ethical Frameworks Can Not Be Applied to the U.S. Government

How are ethical and moral arguments applied to U.S. govenment policy and actions? By Madeleine Roth. (10/27/2022)

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The Troubled Waters of Taiwan
The Troubled Waters of Taiwan

Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan was part of intensifying tensions in the region. By Sartaj Chaudhary. (08/16/2022)

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Can Washington Avert a Thucydides Trap with Beijing?
Can Washington Avert a Thucydides Trap with Beijing?

Is there reasonable cause for concern about the China-US relationship? By Collins Chong Yew Keat. (07/30/2022)

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What is to be done: burning issues for Western democracies regarding Ukraine
What is to be done: burning issues for Western democracies regarding Ukraine

Current key failures by Western democracies to help Ukraine and what's needed to apply pressure on Putin's Russia.  By Dr. Andreas V Georgiou. (04/18/2022)

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The Migrant Detention Crisis Is Back
The Migrant Detention Crisis Is Back

Reflections on U.S. migration detention crisis.  By Madison Adams. (03/28/2022)

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Dr. Joseph Frusci
Economist US Twitter (10/19/2021)


Dr. Joseph Frusci
Economist US Twitter (10/19/2021)


Dr. Joseph Frusci
Economist US Twitter (10/19/2021)


Dr. Joseph Frusci
Economist US Twitter (10/19/2021)


Dr. Joseph Frusci
Economist US Twitter (10/19/2021)


Dr. Joseph Frusci
Economist US Twitter (10/19/2021)


Dr. Joseph Frusci
Economist US Twitter (10/19/2021)


Dr. Joseph Frusci
Economist US Twitter (10/19/2021)


Dr. Joseph Frusci
Economist US Twitter (10/19/2021)


Dr. Joseph Frusci
Economist US Twitter (10/19/2021)


The Case for Removal
The Case for Removal

The stationing of nuclear weapons in Turkey puts the US at risk.  By Andrew Crabtree. (07/07/2021)

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Just How Can the U.S. Reshore the Semiconductor Industry?
Just How Can the U.S. Reshore the Semiconductor Industry?

What's the best path forward for the U.S. to reshore the semiconductor industry?  By Maryanne Liu. (05/18/2021)

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President-Elect Biden and the Troubled NATO Alliance
President-Elect Biden and the Troubled NATO Alliance

Biden's challenging path to mend its alliance with NATO. By Noah Graham.

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America should claim its money back from the UN and UNICEF
America should claim its money back from the UN and UNICEF

Author argues the U.S. should reclaim monies from the UN and UNICEF to assist COVID relief.  By Iveta Cherneva. (01/07/2021)

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As usual, Trump doesn’t see the link between Blackwater pardons & Soleimani’s death anniversary
As usual, Trump doesn’t see the link between Blackwater pardons & Soleimani’s death anniversary

Donald Trump doesn’t see a correlation between his decisions and US national security.   By Iveta Cherneva. (12/31/2020)

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President Trump Turns Off the Light and Bolts the Door as He Leaves the White House
President Trump Turns Off the Light and Bolts the Door as He Leaves the White House

Ramifications of the U.S. withdrawal The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and what lies ahead.  By Nacer Ben Driouich. (12/30/2020)

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Biden’s foreign service: not only about going back to the pre-Trump days
Biden’s foreign service: not only about going back to the pre-Trump days

Looking ahead at the U.S Foreign Service under a Biden Administration and the need for diversity.  By Iveta Cherneva. (12/30/2020)

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The Forthcoming Sino-US Rift
The Forthcoming Sino-US Rift

Yet another Binarization of International Relations? By Prof. Anis H. Bajrektarevic. (12/10/2020)

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Boogaloo Bois and al-Hashd al-Shaabi: Two Sides of the Same Coin
Boogaloo Bois and al-Hashd al-Shaabi: Two Sides of the Same Coin

Examining commonalities between insurgent forces and U.S. far-right groups.  What are the effects on each state?  By Blake Vieira. (10/12/2020)

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China is changing its strategy towards U.S. sanctions
China is changing its strategy towards U.S. sanctions

Trump bans TikTok and WeChat but Beijing no longer retaliates against U.S. companies.  By Dr. Tao Peng. (09/25/2020)

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Money is of No Object: How the U.S Government Mishandles Price Gouging in Key Industries
Money is of No Object: How the U.S Government Mishandles Price Gouging in Key Industries

It's time to better allocate the federal budget to support those affected by price gouging in the pharmaceutical industry as opposed to standing idly by as its citizens are unable to access lif... Read More...



Soleimani’s assassination triggers US-Iran standoff
Soleimani’s assassination triggers US-Iran standoff

A precarious situation in the Middle East between the United States and Iran. By Malik Ayub Sumba. (01/07/2020)

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Making a Meal out of a Mess
Making a Meal out of a Mess

The U.S. ended participation in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action and then tried to cut off Iran’s access to the international oil market.  So, what's the next step to fix the s... Read More...



America’s opportunity to show solidarity (in action) with Sri Lanka
America’s opportunity to show solidarity (in action) with Sri Lanka

The Board of the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) will review a proposed $480 million compact with Sri Lanka this week.  Supporting it will show solidrity in the wake of the recent terro... Read More...



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