The United States has a strategic interest and a responsibility to help Germany and Europe contend with the expanding migrant crisis, writes CFR President Richard N. Haass.
Around the Web: Thomas Piketty In Migrants Crisis, a Chance to Revitalize Europe’s Economy
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Russia's military buildup in Syria could set back the self-proclaimed Islamic State and lay the groundwork for a political transition, but could also lead to a confrontation with the United States, says expert Edward Djerejian.
Expert Brief: Ray Takeyh Understanding Iran’s Mideast Role
Op-Ed: Richard N. Haass Putin Is Exploiting a Vacuum Left By the West
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The challenge of handling the influx of migrants and refugees into Europe requires a far more robust global response, says CFR’s Edward Alden in a video take.
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Two UN speeches underscored how different the world looks from Moscow and Washington, and how inconsistent President Putin’s realpolitik is with President Obama’s dream of a rule-based international order, writes CFR’s Stewart Patrick.
Around the Web: Washington Post Transcript: Putin’s U.N. General Assembly Speech
Primary Sources UN General Assembly 2015: Select Speeches
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Washington and Beijing will not get what they want most from their summit, but beginning with climate change, there seems to be a genuine common interest in working together, writes CFR's Elizabeth C. Economy.
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