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June 30, 2020

Syria
U.S. Retrenchment Will Intensify Crisis in Idlib

In order to prevent a humanitarian disaster in Syria and avoid regional instability, the United States should make the outcome of the fight for Idlib a national security concern and exercise the lead…

Two adults and two children walk by a destroyed building on which images of the novel coronavirus have been spray painted in Idlib, Syria.

June 26, 2020

United States
Five Foreign-Policy Movies with Women in the Lead

Each Friday this summer, we suggest foreign-policy-themed movies worth watching. This week: films that feature women at the helm. 

Movies clockwise from the top left: Carve Her Name with Pride/IMDB; Eye in the Sky/Bleecker Street; Paradise Road/SBS; Atomic Blonde/Script; Zero Dark Thirty/Empire; A Private War/IMDB.

June 27, 2020

United States
TWE Remembers: Truman’s Decision to Intervene in Korea

Seventy years ago today, President Harry Truman ordered the U.S. military to aid South Korea in repulsing an invasion from North Korea. The decision had geopolitical consequences that are still felt …

North Korea

June 24, 2020

United States
TWE Remembers: The Jay Treaty 

Today marks the 225th anniversary of the Senate vote to approve the Jay Treaty, or more formally the Treaty of Amity, Commerce, and Navigation, Between His Britannic Majesty and the United States of …

Jay

June 24, 2020

Argentina
The State of Argentina’s Debt Restructuring…

When a majority isn’t a majority…

Argentina's IFI and Market Debt Stack

June 22, 2020

Nepal
India-Nepal Bilateral Relations Slide: Perspective From Kathmandu

India’s relationship with Nepal is at its lowest point since the five-month “Indian Blockade” of 2015. The gap between Kathmandu and New Delhi is widening as India has not been able to keep up with t…

People gathering at dusk in a park around a Nepali flag surrounded by candles on the ground

June 19, 2020

Nigeria
ISWA’s Recent Attacks Could Signal a New, Deadlier Approach in Nigeria

On June 9, ISWA killed eighty-one people, abducted seven, and stole hundreds of cattle before setting the village ablaze.These recent incidents could be the beginning of a new chapter in ISWA violence, with Muslim civilians as legitimate targets.

People push carts and bicycles near a flag pole with the Nigerian flag as they begin to cross a road bridge. The ground is dry and dusty, the cloudless sky is dull grey-blue, and small wooden structure is in the background. The canopies of green trees can be seen in the distance.

June 18, 2020

Zimbabwe
The Authoritarian Politics of COVID-19 in Zimbabwe

In the United States and around the world, societies are struggling to balance the sometimes draconian social controls needed to combat a highly contagious infectious disease with limits on government powers and protection for civil liberties. 

Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa arrives for the presentation of the 2020 National Budget at Parliament Building in Harare, Zimbabwe, November 14, 2019

June 8, 2020

Germany
Bundestag Hack Redux: More Smoke Than Mirrors

In early May, it was reported that Germany's federal prosecutor issued an arrest warrant for Dmitriy Badin, the Russian hacker behind the 2015 cyberattacks targeting the Bundestag. Despite this, it i…

German Chancellor Angela Merkel gestures during the talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the Kremlin.

June 5, 2020

South Korea
The Pandemic and Korean Foreign Policy in the Event of the Dissolution of the U.S.-ROK Alliance

Regardless of whether the global novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic is an accelerant of existing global trends or a historical turning point, the pandemic and its consequences have constituted a m…

South Korean President Moon Jae-in speaks on the occasion of the third anniversary of his inauguration at the presidential Blue House in Seoul, South Korea, on May 10, 2020.