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In Depth: Hillary Clinton

9 Nov 2016
8 Nov 2016
3 Nov 2016

Clinton vs. Trump: Their Impact on Asia

Asia Times. 02:53 PM EDT
31 Oct 2016

New Survey Shows Clinton, Trump Tied in Florida

Latin American Herald Tribune. Venezuela. 11:24 AM EDT
27 Oct 2016

OPINION. Missing Issues from the US Presidential Debates

Eurasia Review. Spain. 03:30 PM EDT

OPINION. Clinton’s More Aggressive Foreign Policy

The American Conservative. 03:28 PM EDT

Trump, Clinton Tied in Ohio

Politico. 02:51 PM EDT
18 Oct 2016

22 Toxic Days for Hillary Clinton

Politico. Belgium. 02:35 PM EDT
13 Oct 2016

EDITORIAL. Hillary Clinton for President

The Washington Post. 02:49 PM EDT

OPINION. Why is Trump Better than Clinton for Arabs?

Al Arabiya. United Arab Emirates. 11:34 AM EDT
12 Oct 2016

The Everyday and the Existential: How Clinton and Trump Challenge Transatlantic Relations

European Council on Foreign Relations. United Kingdom. 04:55 PM EDT
11 Oct 2016

OPINION. Why Hillary Clinton is Exactly What the Middle East Needs

Al Arabiya. United Arab Emirates. 02:50 PM EDT

Turkish PM Criticizes Clinton Over Promise to Arm Syrian Kurds

Hurriyet Daily News. Turkey. 10:18 AM EDT
7 Oct 2016
6 Oct 2016

EDITORIAL. Against Donald Trump

The Atlantic. 02:54 PM EDT
4 Oct 2016
29 Sep 2016

Trump vs. Clinton in Florida: Cubans Matter

The International Business Times. 03:21 PM EDT

First US Presidential Debate Triggers Mixed Arab Reaction

Arab News. Saudi Arabia. 03:20 PM EDT

Conservative Newspaper Editorial Boards Line Up Behind Hillary Clinton

The Huffington Post. United States. 02:39 PM EDT
27 Sep 2016
1 Aug 2016

OPINION. Why We Need a President Clinton

Anne Applebaum. The Washington Post. 08:49 AM EDT
9 Mar 2016

OPINION. How Clinton’s State Department Significantly Armed Saudi Arabia

Medea Benjamin and Rebecca Green. Eurasia Review. Spain. 12:06 PM EST
13 Jan 2016

OPINON. What Hillary Knew about Libya

Robert Parry. Middle East Online. United Kingdom. 11:32 AM EST
11 Nov 2015

OPINION. Trans-Pacific Partnership: Trade Pact That Clinton Opposes Protects

Carter Dougherty. International Business Times. 02:50 PM EST
22 Oct 2015
1 Sep 2015
1 May 2015
5 Jan 2015

Broken Peaces: The Israeli-Palestinian Hyperconflict

After twenty years of failed attempts, it is time to abandon the belief that a “local” agreement between the Israelis and the Palestinians would pacify the region.
8 Jul 2014
17 Jun 2014

Why ‘Reset’ Failed: Diplomacy with Rogues Rarely Works

The example of US-Russian relations today is a reminder that the history of diplomacy is littered with cases of the wishful and gullible being outwitted by the cunning and dishonest.
19 Mar 2014
13 Mar 2014

NATO's 90s Expansion Enlarged Zone of Stability

Detractors of NATO's enlargement said it would provoke Russia. History has proven them wrong, as expansion has secured democratic gains, stability, and prosperity.
29 Apr 2013

Lessons Learned: The Iraq Invasion

The US failed to collaborate with opposition forces inside Iraq before the invasion and thus blundered into an occupation of a country of which we knew little.

Lessons Learned: The Iraq Invasion

Americans seem to have learned very little from the Iraq invasion—not least neoconservatives, who have yet to seriously reconsider their support for military intervention abroad.

Lessons Learned: The Iraq Invasion

While Iraqis may have been unprepared to manage affairs of state after Hussein’s removal, it would have been preferable for Iraqis to make governing mistakes, rather than American occupiers.

Historical Fiction: China’s South China Sea Claims

History, if anything, undermines China’s claims to islands and reefs in the South China Sea—for the simple reason that past empires and kingdoms never exercised sovereignty.
26 Apr 2013

OPINION. John Kerry Will Be a Better Secretary of State Than Clinton

Aaron David Miller. The Washington Post. 11:23 AM EDT
20 Feb 2013

Winds of Change in the South China Sea

As Brunei takes over ASEAN's rotating chairmanship from China-friendly Cambodia, the prospects for a resolution of China's overreaching territorial pursuits could get interesting.

Winds of Change in the South China Sea

As Brunei takes over ASEAN's rotating chairmanship from China-friendly Cambodia, the prospects for a resolution of China's overreaching territorial pursuits could get interesting.

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