May 11, 2018
| Kartikeya Singh, Anit Mukherjee The outcome of Karnataka elections, therefore, matters beyond narrow political considerations, not only for its 65 million people but for India as a whole.
May 11, 2018
| Amy Searight, Brian HardingThe result will have significant implications for Malaysian foreign policy and Malaysia’s role in the world, but it will take time for these changes to become clear.
May 10, 2018In a moderated “exit interview,” the Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard, Admiral Paul F. Zukunft, discussed his active public advocacy for and interagency pursuit of securing greater U.S. capabilities and readiness for a rapidly changing Arctic.
Failing to assign the same weight to obesity as the global community does to undernutrition curbs our collective health, financial well-being, and stability in wealthy, middle-income, and poor nations alike.
It would be naïve to think that Russia would not seize on these developments as opportunities to sow discord within and between the world’s democracies. But unlike China, Russia has failed to invest in deeper relationships in Latin America that last over time.
May 9, 2018
| H. Andrew SchwartzThis edition of CSIS's nightly newsletter covers the release of American prisoners in North Korea, Iran's reaction to Presidents Trumps removal from nuclear deal, and more.