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Drones Kill More Civilians Than Pilots Do

loading... Authors: Micah Zenko, Senior Fellow, and Amelia Wolf, Research Associate, and International Institutions and Global Governance April 25, 2016 Foreign Policy On April 8, at the University of Chicago Law School, U.S. President Barack ... Council On Foreign Relations, 1 month ago
Humanitarian Summit Shines Spotlight on Turkey Council On Foreign Relations, 1 week ago
Why the German-Turkish Migrant Plan Can Work Council On Foreign Relations, 2 months ago

Looking Back to Look Ahead: The U.S.-Japan Alliance in Today's Asia

loading... Author: , Senior Fellow for Japan Studies May 27, 2016 President Barack Obama visited Hiroshima, Japan, today, the first visit by a sitting U.S. president to the site of the U.S. atomic bombing at the end of World War II. He remembered ...
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New Geopolitics of China, India, and Pakistan

loading... Series: Workshop Reports Prev /a Insights From a CFR Symposium Download Now (244K PDF) Publisher Press Release Date May 2016 Share Share Tweet Post Email South Asia is in the midst of a geopolitical transformation wrought by several ...
 Council On Foreign Relations2 days ago The Global Humanitarian Regime: Priorities and Prospects for Reform  Council On Foreign Relations1 month ago
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Drones and Blowback

The targeted assassination of Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansour last weekend wasn't just another drone strike. First of all, it was conducted by the U.S. military , not the CIA, which has orchestrated nearly all drone strikes in ...
 Huffington Post Canada2 days ago The Coming Drone Blowback  CounterPunch3 days ago

You Might Have Missed: Academic Journals V

loading... by May 25, 2016 This is the fifth blog post in this series. The previous four were published in February, July, and October 2015, and January 2016, and highlight earlier academic findings. David B. Carter, …States are not often ...
 Council On Foreign Relations3 days ago

Will Killing Mullah Mansour Work?

loading... by May 23, 2016 On Saturday, the Pentagon released a remarkable statement: Today, the Department of Defense conducted an airstrike that targeted Taliban leader Mullah Mansur. Soon after, a tweet from the Office of the Chief Executive ...
 Council On Foreign Relations5 days ago Will the Drone Killing of Mansur Bring Peace Closer?  MSNBC Newsweek5 days ago

Japan's Important Sideshow to Arbitration Decision in the South China Sea

loading... Authors: , Adjunct Senior Fellow for Asia Studies, and Peter A. Dutton May 16, 2016 Wh While tensions continue to rise in the South China Sea and the disputing governments nervously await a decision in the , an important sideshow has ...
 Council On Foreign Relations5 days ago

If Diplomacy Fails, Then What for Syria?

loading... Author: , Senior Fellow for Women and Foreign Policy May 19, 2016 Defense One As fighting rages on in Syria, world leaders in Vienna on Tuesday pledged to turn the limited cessation of hostilities into a nationwide ceasefire ...
 Council On Foreign Relations5 days ago

U.S.-Japan-Relations: 2016 Opens with a Bang

loading... Authors: , Senior Fellow for Japan Studies, and Charles McClean May 18, 2016 Comparative Connections The early months of 2016 were relatively steady for the US-Japan relationship until the US presidential primaries began to stir ...
 Council On Foreign Relations5 days ago Obama's Former Middle East Adviser: We Should Have Bombed Assad  Council On Foreign Relations3 weeks ago A Peace Plan for Syria  Council On Foreign Relations1 month ago Donald Trump vs. Barack Obama on Nuclear Weapons in East Asia  Council On Foreign Relations1 month ago

Yemen a Major Blot on Obama's Foreign Policy Record

The United States doesn't seem to have a clear understanding of what it is doing in Yemen. Pictured: Yemen's capital, Sanaa. (Photo: Richard Messenger / Flickr Commons) At the end of March the White House announced that it is providing logistical ...
 Foreign Policy In Focus1 week ago
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