Without diplomatic progress over the next several weeks, world powers and Iran may squander their best opportunity for a comprehensive nuclear agreement, says expert Daryl G. Kimball.
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As India welcomes Chinese President Xi Jinping today, it’s hard to miss the mixed messages coming from China, writes CFR’s Alyssa Ayres.
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The United Kingdom will be irrevocably changed as a result of this week's independence referendum, whichever way Scotland votes, says expert Richard Whitman.
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Expanded western sanctions on Russia, particularly new restrictions on major energy projects, could be a game changer, says CFR's Robert Kahn.
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In staying on the sidelines, the Pakistani army may be the only party to emerge from the weeks-long political crisis unscathed, says CFR's Daniel S. Markey.
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