South Korean President Park Geun-hye and U.S. President Barack Obama should redouble efforts to counter North Korean security threats and reinforce economic ties at their summit, writes CFR’s Scott Snyder.
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In the wake of the Ankara attack that killed more than one hundred, rival political camps are only likely to deepen Turkey's instability in the run-up to November 1 national elections, writes CFR's Steven A. Cook.
Around the Web: Economist Turkey Risks Descending into a Bloodbath
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Around the Web: Soner Cagaptay Turkey Is in Serious Trouble
Russia's missile attacks on Syrian targets were intended to showcase the country's new long-range, precision strike capability, writes Capt. Sean Liedman, U.S. Navy.
CFR Testimony: Stephen Sestanovich Has Russia Gone Rogue?
Around the Web: Shadi Hamid How U.S. Policy Failed the Mideast
Foreign Affairs Should the U.S. Work With Russia in Syria?
The battle for Kunduz highlights the military and political challenges facing Afghanistan and the narrowly defined U.S. mission there, says CFR's Stephen Biddle.
Around the Web: NYT For Kunduz, Taliban Assault Is Just the Latest Affront
Around the Web: Fareed Zakaria Key to Solving the Puzzle of Afghanistan Is Pakistan
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The more Western states can boost NATO's deterrence and apply sanctions against Russia, the more likely there will be productive dialogue with Moscow, writes expert Steven Pifer.
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