Donnerstag, 17. August 2017

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  1. Planning for Korean Reunification

    Like the fall of the Berlin Wall, a collapse of Kim Jong-un's regime in North Korea could happen quite suddenly. To prepare for that contingency, the United States and South Korea need to assure China that a reunified Korea would not be its enemy, and that American troops would not suddenly be stationed on its border.

  2. The Wrong Way to Prevent Nuclear War

    A vast majority of countries want to eliminate the existential threat of nuclear catastrophe by ushering in a world free of nuclear weapons altogether. But as the current effort to push through a flawed nuclear-ban treaty shows, some solutions to the problem of nuclear weapons could do more harm than good.

  3. The End of Asia’s Strategic Miracle?
    Asia's contemporary "economic miracle" rests on the fact that relative peace and order have been maintained in the region since the end of the Vietnam War. But the factors underpinning that stability have started to give way, which poses a serious threat to not just Asia, but the entire world.
  4. A Trip Through Putin Country

    Russia's Baikal-Amur Mainline railway is not nearly as well-known as its much older rival, the Trans-Siberian Railway. But it is the BAM – a halcyon relic from the height of the Soviet Union – that offers a more useful window onto the mood among most Russians today.

  5. Is Trump Killing the Dollar?

    For nearly a century, the US dollar has been viewed as the financial world’s ultimate safe haven. But after 200 days of chaos under US President Donald Trump, the value of the dollar has declined, and global investors and central banks have begun to look for alternatives in other markets.

  6. We Weep for You, Venezuela

    President Nicolás Maduro’s government in Venezuela has dealt blow after blow to the country's democratic institutions. It is now incumbent on all countries, in Latin America and elsewhere, to speak up forcefully in defense of democracy and freedom, lest a new dictatorship be allowed to take hold in the region.

  7. Decolonizing Western Sahara

    In 1975, the International Court of Justice recognized the Saharawi people’s right to self-determination, and found no ties of territorial sovereignty between Morocco and the territory of Western Sahara. Yet Morocco has been allowed to continue illegally occupying Western Sahara for over four decades.

  8. Britain’s Road to Perdition

    The British political establishment is now converging on a form of Brexit that will satisfy neither the "Leave" nor the "Remain" camp. With this depressing prospect setting in, some are starting to wonder what it would take for Britons to change their minds about leaving the European Union.

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