If the U.S. is able to withdrawal troops by September 11, it will certainly be historic; however, there will be a lot of difficult discussions in Washington, D.C. and Kabul between now and then.
“Russia is a problem to be managed pragmatically and with coolheaded realism…Prudence and moderation, not hyperbole, will yield tangible results.”
Professor Ye comments on the US’ lacking infrastructure investment compared to that of China and President Biden’s attempt to rectify it.
Garčević discussed President Biden’s attempt to reassert the America’s place in the world, the strength of the Euro-Atlantic bond, and chances for a new, energized, partnership between Europe and the U.S.
“Taking children is a crime of long standing in America. It is not a recent mutation, a freak accident on which we can easily turn the page.”
Experts discussed the United States’ image abroad, how it can engage with international stakeholders, and how the Biden administration can work to restore the country’s reputation as a global leader.
Professors Gallagher and Heine argue that President Biden must cancel the loan agreement to Ecuador proposed by the Trump administration.
Dean Najam addressed Russia’s apprehensions on US-India ties and the role of China in regional realignment.
Professor Lukes discusses everything from the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg to President Trump contracting COVID-19.
Professor Wippl discusses lessons learned during his Cold War CIA assignment.
Professor Michael Harsch discusses a Court of Justice of the European Union data policy ruling in The Washington Post.
Is the U.S. of today closer to the song “This Is America” or “Ragged Old Flag?”
Gregory Aftandilian discusses United States President Donald Trump’s efforts to salvage the US-Saudi relationship after the Pensacola killings.
Dean Adil Najam discusses the upcoming meeting between Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan and United States President Donald Trump.
Gregory Aftandilian examines how United States President Donald Trump has upended past U.S. policies toward Palestine.
Prof. Michael Corgan discusses the recent violent acts across the United States, and how these might influence the country’s upcoming elections.
Gregory Aftandilian discusses recent conflicts between the Trump administration and Congress over Saudi Arabia’s plans to build nuclear power plants.
Dean Adil Najam discusses how U.S. corporations have been taking action on controversial social and political issues such as climate change.
Prof. Kevin Gallagher discusses China’s growing influence in Latin America in light of perceived weakened ties between the United States and Latin America.
Prof. Kevin Gallagher discusses comments made by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson warning Latin American leaders to beware of China’s growing influence in the region.