A growing list of trade and investment barriers in India is threatening the future growth and development of two of the world’s most creative economies.
How we solve the Boko Haram crisis will have repercussions throughout the region and the world.
The state of the global union is volatile and fragile, not strong.
Congress’s sudden dash to pre-empt ongoing negotiations undermines, rather than advances, U.S. efforts to peacefully eliminate the threat of an Iranian nuclear weapon.
There’s no path to middle class prosperity that doesn't go through Asia.
In 2013 Alaska was the only state where real GDP decreased, in large part due to a decline in mining.
Azerbaijan, and Kazakhstan for that matter, are amongst the world’s most tolerant societies.
The president’s team, however, still refuses to use the “I” word in identifying the ISIS, Boko Haram, Al Shabab, and al Qaeda “extremists.”
Sound diplomacy requires flexibility and willingness to trade, bargain, and make deals, including with adversaries.
NATO and the U.S. helped to break Libya, and now they need to help repair it.