The Fate of Idlib. Is It Important for Russia?
21.09.2018
Russia has to take a restrained position on the issue of Idlib so that the developments in Syria evolve in line with its interests. On this, Turkey can be helpful, if it proposes solutions on the

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Ruslan Mamedov
Trade War Is Only Part of the US Deterrence Strategy
21.09.2018
China, even as it caused growing dissatisfaction in Washington with its rapid growth, was important for America as a source of cheap and high-quality products that helped maintain the well-being of

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Sheng Shiliang
Incident with Russian Plane in Syria: A View from Israel
21.09.2018
The tragic downing of the Russian plane in Syria on 18.9.2018 is a regrettable development which hopefully will not have long term ramifications beyond the sorrow of the bereaved families. Given the

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Oded Eran
The US-China Trade War: No Winners
21.09.2018
The Trump administration seems intent on pursuing escalation until Beijing gives in to US demands that it fundamentally revise its state-capitalist model of development. China, for its part, has

Expert: 
Clifford Kupchan
Prospects of Solving the Idlib Problem
20.09.2018
Until recently, Russia has been actively preparing for a large-scale military operation in the province of Idlib, as well as in Latakia, Hama and Aleppo, conducting an appropriate foreign policy
September 2018 Inter-Korean Summit: Preliminary Results
20.09.2018
The results of the summit, presented in the so-called Pyongyang Declaration, leave a double impression. On the one hand, there are many declarative statements and unlikely promises like the joint
Why the US Anti-Iran Strategy Won’t Work
19.09.2018
US withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal and the resumption of new large-scale trade and economic sanctions against Iran are the implementation of the Donald Trump administration’s efforts to contain
How the Rising China and India Thwart Attempts at ‘Domination’ of Asia-Pacific
19.09.2018
The emergence of China and India as key international players will make a shift in the international system towards multipolarity, believes Xiang Lanxin, Professor of the Geneva-based Graduate

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Xiang Lanxin
Where Is the West As Endgame in Syria Looms?
18.09.2018
It is high time that the US, and especially the UK, accepted that their war in Syria has been lost – or at least that their original objective, the removal of Bashar al-Assad has not been achieved.

Expert: 
Mary Dejevsky
Stop Hungary: The Taming of the Shrews
17.09.2018
There has been much talk for quite some time now about the need to condemn, if not sanction, Hungary for its constitutional amendments, a lack of loyalty toward Brussels on the redistribution of
Peace Treaty Between Russia and Japan: Who Benefits?
14.09.2018
At the plenary session of the Eastern Economic Forum Vladimir Putin offered to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to conclude a peace treaty "without preconditions" before the end of the
A Post-America Future for the WTO?
14.09.2018
The entire edifice of American prosperity presently relies on the fact that no one has yet seriously challenged Washington's unilateral moves. The only players capable of doing so at the moment