Fletcher Forum of World Affairs
Just as the Transatlantic partnership rebuilt Europe after 1945, Europe’s neighbors on the southern shore of the Mediterranean today need the help of committed partners in Washington and Brussels.
Hezbollah has proven that an insurgency can play a role beyond state borders and affect the balance of power on a regional scale.
A durable bilateral security agreement with the United States will require the engagement of Afghanistan’s three oft-forgotten regional neighbors, Russia, China and India.
Despite assumptions to the contrary, the experience of the U.S. invasion of Iraq has invited a more participatory and nuanced dialogue on Syria.
Diplomacy has yet again demonstrated why its power cannot be discounted, and the latest developments in U.S.-Iranian relations offer a new opportunity for diplomacy to prevail.
Prosecuting and punishing the perpetrators of the chemical weapons attack in Syria through the ICC is easier said than done.
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