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Iran's Shanghai Dream
The Perks and Pitfalls of Joining China's Security Club
By Kevjn Lim
On guard: an Israeli soldier in northern Israel, April 2016.
Israel’s Evolving Military
The IDF Adapts to New Threats
By Amos Harel
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton attends a news conference at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, September 5, 2012.
Watching American Democracy in China
Liberals and Conservatives After Trump
By Eric X. Li
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The Clinton Legacy
How Will History Judge the Soft-Power Secretary of State?
By Michael Hirsh
Leading Through Civilian Power
Redefining American Diplomacy and Development
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Parting the South China Sea
Washington and its local partners can still avoid a dangerous escalation in the South China Sea—but only if they encourage China to abide by the recent ruling in the Hague while making clear to Beijing that it has not been trapped by the tribunal's decision.
By Mira Rapp-Hooper
Democracy in Decline
In the decade following the Cold War, democracy flourished as never before. In recent years, however, much of this progress has steadily eroded, as democracy itself appears to have lost its appeal.
By Larry Diamond
The Failures of American Universities in China
Chinese President Xi Jinping's crack down on academia is certainly troubling, but so is the silence from the leaders of U.S. colleges and universities with campuses in China.
By Kent Harrington
Colombia's Fragile Peace
Despite progress, a lot can still go wrong in Colombia's negotiations with the FARC.
By Román D. Ortiz
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