A new coalition government in Athens all but ensures a clash between Greece and its creditors. CFR's Robert Kahn examines the prospects for a deal that would avoid a Greek exit from the eurozone.
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On Obama's second visit to India, CFR's Daniel S. Markey says the president should press PM Modi to pursue serious bilateral diplomacy with Pakistan even as India steps up military competition.
Around the Web: NYT Obama Clears a Hurdle to Better Ties With India
Around the Web: Economist Out in the Open
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Among the threats facing the new Saudi leadership is the likelihood that ISIS, drawing on resentful youth, will try to destabilize the country, writes CFR’s Richard N. Haass.
Op-Ed: Steven A. Cook Saudi Arabia: How Do You Know?
Foreign Affairs: Bilal Y. Saab and Robert A. Manning Abdullah’s Energy Legacy
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The Taliban has outlasted the world’s most potent military forces and now challenges the governments of Afghanistan and Pakistan. As U.S. troops draw down, this CFR InfoGuide looks at the consequences for the region.
Foreign Affairs: Peter Tomsen What Went Wrong in Afghanistan—and How to Make It Right
Around the Web: Michael Semple The Taliban in 2024
Around the Web: International Crisis Group Resetting Pakistan’s Relations with Afghanistan
The United States and Cuba are moving toward normalization of relations for the first time in more than fifty years. This Backgrounder looks at the complicated relationship and ongoing challenges.
Op-Ed: Jennifer Harris The Winners of Cuba’s ‘New’ Economy
CFR Interview: Julia E. Sweig After the Thaw: What's Next in U.S.-Cuba Relations?
CFR Timeline U.S.-Cuba Relations
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