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By Richard Haass - Apr 03,2024
 NEW YORK — More than six dozen countries will hold elections this year, but none will be more consequential than the one scheduled for November in the United States.
By Richard Haass - Jan 08,2024
 NEW YORK — In my old job at the US State Department, colleagues often asked me what was likely to happen in this or that situation. Often, there was no way of knowing, and I reminded questioners that I was director of Policy Planning, not of predicting.
By Richard Haass - Jul 17,2023
NEW YORK — There are many reasons to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement.
By Richard Haass - Jul 11,2023
NEW YORK — The upcoming NATO summit in Vilnius, Lithuania promises to be anything but business as usual for the simple reason that it will be taking place against the backdrop of a European war that has been raging ever since Russia launched its full-scale invasion of Ukraine in
By Richard Haass - Jun 05,2023
NEW YORK — For more than three-quarters of a century, the United States has played an outsized, constructive role in the world.
By Richard Haass - Feb 25,2023
MUNICH — In the year since Russia launched its full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the war has evolved in ways few predicted.
By Richard Haass - Dec 14,2022
NEW YORK — Few will miss 2022, a year defined by a lingering pandemic, advancing climate change, galloping inflation, slowing economic growth, and, more than anything else, the outbreak of a costly war in Europe and concerns that violent conflict could soon erupt in Asia.
By Richard Haass - Nov 22,2022
NEW YORK  —  Midterm elections take place in the United States every four years, halfway into a president’s term and two years before the next presidential election.
By Richard Haass - Oct 24,2022
NEW YORK — Nuclear weapons have been a feature of international relations since August 1945, when the United States dropped two of them on Japan to hasten the end of World War II.
By Richard Haass - May 13,2022
NEW YORK  —  Amid more than two months of intense media focus on the war in Ukraine, one story was largely overlooked. In late April, the United States and Russia carried out an exchange of prisoners.



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