“‘Extreme vetting’ produced extreme delays that put our allies’ lives at risk and contributed to the desperate scenes we are witnessing in Kabul today.”
“A new cold war between the U.S. and China is not inevitable. But false PRC narratives about U.S. behavior toward China will only contribute to a further souring of relations.”
“Multilateralism has long been a mainstay of U.S. security and that need will only grow.”
“Reworking the Ecuador deal in that image is good development policy and good foreign policy that won’t be forgotten in Ecuador. It is also a better way to compete with China.”
“The most important international message Biden can deliver is one of domestic healing.”
Drawing on experience fighting Ebola, Storella and Hawkins discuss the role American diplomats play on the frontlines in heading off dangerous pandemics.
“In this time of crisis, the United States needs to fundamentally remake its trade policy to promote good jobs…tame inequality and protect the environment.”
Professor Kevin Gallager and Ambassador Jorge Heine argue against U.S. leadership at the Inter-American Development Bank.
Incoming Professor Mark C. Storella outlines the need for U.S. diplomatic leadership on global health in the age of COVID-19.
Kevin Gallagher and Jorge Heine wrote an op-ed on the roll Puerto Rico could play in fighting COVID-19 and helping the U.S. prepare for future pandemics.
Prof. Julie Klinger discusses rare earth elements and the importance of capitalizing on shared global interests to ensure that the new rare earth supply chains are sustainable.
Dean Adil Najam discusses how the ongoing conflict in Kashmir is a global crisis — extending beyond India and Pakistan.
Dean Adil Najam discusses why President Donald Trump might be a good fit to mediate the Kashmir dispute between India and Pakistan.
Dean Adil Najam discusses the upcoming meeting between Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan and United States President Donald Trump.
GDP Center Director Kevin Gallagher outlines how the pharmaceutical industry will benefit from the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).
Michael B. Greenwald (Pardee ’07) discusses what the developing relations between China and Saudi Arabia could mean for the United States.
Dean Adil Najam says that the current tensions between India and Pakistan is “as close to a real nuclear conflagration as we probably have since the Cuban missile crisis.”
Prof. Kevin Gallagher discusses new legislation to create a development bank in the United States.
Prof. Kevin Gallagher examines claims made by the Trump administration that China is fostering dependency with predatory loan practices in Africa.
Gregory Aftandilian discusses Egypt’s campaign against ISIS affiliated fighters in the North Sinai.