July 30, 2018
| Mark SobelWhile the fund may have helped maintain a semblance of macroeconomic stability, the IMF’s involvement, along with the World Bank and others, has surely not helped Pakistan break out of a low-growth trap.
July 30, 2018
| William Alan ReinschFor the last 18 months all Trump’s negotiations are brilliant successes, at least on the day they are announced. The only negotiation that is more or less finished is the one with Korea and there the president settled for some less-than-significant.
July 26, 2018
| Jonathan E. Hillman, Matthew P. GoodmanThe strategically located country on the Horn of Africa may gift control of the terminal to Chinese companies, which inaugurated a free trade zone in the same area earlier this month.
Not without cause, the furor over President Trump's meeting with Putin has focused on Russia. The fact remains, however, that the NATO Summit meeting and its aftermath may well have been equally, or more, destructive to the security interests of the U.S. and its allies. The...
July 25, 2018
| Moises RendonThis kind of transition requires a leader willing to sacrifice power and control to build an open, decentralized, and censorship-resistant ecosystem. Only time will tell if President Duque is the right man for the job.
July 24, 2018
| Samantha Cohen, Melissa Dalton, Andrew Philip HunterWhile the economic imperative associated with arms transfers is important for industry stakeholders, the security and humanitarian imperatives inherent in this issue should not be forgotten.
July 23, 2018
| Anthony H. CordesmanTerrorism relies on fear and its political effects, not casualty numbers, for its effectiveness. And, the figures mighty be far, far higher if it were not for the massive counterterrorism efforts the U.S. has made inside and outside the United States since "9/11."