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Global Politics and Strategy
By Anatol Lieven
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton exemplify new forms of old nationalisms that are likely to define politics in the United States for many years to come.
By Nigel Inkster
If the Russian state was indeed behind the leaking of Democratic National Committee emails, it may have overplayed its hand.
By Kori Schake
Donald Trump's supporters are genuinely questioning America's role in the world. Republicans owe them persuasive answers on their own terms.
Also featuring Seyed Hossein Mousavian, Pierre Noël and Bruno Tertrais.
In the early 1980s, in those months when the Maryland State Legislature was in session, I drove daily from my...
Russia’s announcement on 3 October that it was suspending the 2000 agreement with the US to each dispose of 34...
The US Ambassador to Italy, John Phillips, caused a minor uproar on Monday, 12 September, by telling the Italians that...
As Brussels and European Union capitals get back into their political rhythm again after the summer break, the EU meeting...
By Pierre Noël
The oil-price collapse that began in June 2014 was not just a correction typical of commodity markets. It will be seen retrospectively as the start of a new era.
By Seyed Hossein Mousavian
Britain's impending departure creates an opportunity for a new EU-Iran relationship.
By Bruno Tertrais
How does Russia view NATO's public attempts at thinking through scenarios for East-West conflict?
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