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By Richard Haass - Nov 21,2021
NEW YORK — Negotiations between Iran and the United States on Iran’s nuclear activities are set to resume on November 29. But while many will welcome this development, they should bear in mind that the talks are unlikely to succeed.
By Richard Haass - Oct 25,2021
NEW YORK — Colin Powell, former US national security adviser, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and secretary of state, who died this week at the age of 84, was a quintessential American, the son of immigrants.
By Richard Haass - Aug 16,2021
 NEW YORK — Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has fled the country. His government has collapsed as Taliban fighters enter Kabul.
By Richard Haass - Jul 26,2021
NEW YORK — The summer of 2021 has come to be largely defined by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and accelerating climate change.
By Richard Haass - Jun 27,2021
NEW YORK — During the Cold War, summit meetings between the United States and the Soviet Union were often dominated by agreements to set limits on nuclear weapons and the systems built to deliver them.
By Richard Haass - Feb 13,2021
NEW YORK  —  Joe Biden has been president of the United States for just a few weeks, but the central elements of his approach to the world are already clear: Rebuilding at home, working with allies, embracing diplomacy, participating in international institutions and ad
By Richard Haass - Jan 13,2021
NEW YORK — We can finally state with confidence that US President Donald Trump will leave the White House, however reluctantly, on January 20.
By Richard Haass - Dec 23,2020
NEW YORK — Two adages come to mind as I write this: “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket,” and “A chain is only as strong as its weakest link.” Taken together, the two maxims sum up current anxieties about supply chains.Almost anything and everything that is produced in the wor
By Richard Haass - Nov 07,2020
NEW YORK — As I write this, officials across the United States continue to count votes in the 2020 US presidential election. When tallies are finalised, recounts and legal challenges are sure to follow.
By Richard Haass - Sep 15,2020
NEW YORK — The United Nations turns 75 this autumn, and if this were a normal year, many of the world’s leaders would gather in New York City to celebrate this milestone and open the annual meeting of the General Assembly.But this year is anything but normal.


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