Not the best, but certainly not the worst.
"If Greece leaves Europe, or is kicked out, the consequences might well be far beyond financial. Nations also react from pride, not just dollars, euros or drachmas."
Explaining what is happening in Vienna right now in the nuclear talks is virtually impossible without accounting for the dignity factor.
Sanctions relief will mean "more mansions and Ferraris on Tehran’s streets."
India's conventional military superiority over Pakistan is exaggerated.
The consistent if unstated theme of cases like Greece and Puerto Rico is the lack of economic growth necessary to support the debt load.
The rise of the global middle class could prove to be even more harmful than climate change...
The big question Asia—and the world—needs an answer to.
"Far from threatening Russia, a strong NATO has a much greater incentive to act with self-restraint toward Russia than individual countries."
"Pipelines distract us from reality."
"So long as China maintains its position as a key trading partner and source of large-scale investments...Beijing will maintain significant influence over its neighbors."
China’s evolving policies toward Afghanistan hardly illustrate a rising power bent on territorial expansion and could be a possible area of Washington-Beijing cooperation.
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