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Scholars Debate US Policy Toward Emerging Nuclear Powers

The Alexander Hamilton Society’s event entitled “Fire and Fury: U.S. Policy Toward Emerging Nuclear Powers” was Georgetown at its best. Preeminent scholars, engaged in...

MUNOZ: The North Korean Threat, A Multi-Generational Perspective

It was a typical day in Hawaii. A little boy, around ten years old, was playing football in the streets - touch-tackle to be...

Trump, Xi Decide Fate of North Korean Threat

President Xi Jinping of China and President Trump are set to have their first high-stakes meeting this week in Florida. Against the backdrop of North...

In Trump-Merkel Meeting, A Fundamental Clash of Values

A clash of style and substance ensued at the White House Friday morning with the arrival of German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Merkel, a cautious, reticent,...

For France, Right Turn Ahead

Last Sunday, the main French conservative party, Les Républicains, held their final election to decide the party's candidate in 2017. While many expected the former...

Making Sense of Fidel Castro’s Legacy

Former Cuban dictator Fidel Castro passed away on Friday at the age of 90. The revolutionary figure towered over Cuba for decades, fiercely rebelling...

After Mosul

The operation to recapture the city of Mosul from Islamic State militants began last week. The Iraqi government and the Kurdish peshmerga are leading...

The Impending Tragedy of Theresa May

There is no one better suited to lead Great Britain through the perilous Brexit journey ahead than Theresa May. She is a cautious but...

How Much Worse Can Obama’s Foreign Policy Get?

Although Thanksgiving has since come and gone, it is still beneficial to think about what we are thankful for as we head in to...

Africa Unleashed: Will The 21st Century Be the African Century?

“The great powers of the world may have done wonders in giving the world an industrial and military look, but the great gift still...

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