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By Richard N. Haass - Nov 19,2019
NEW YORK — Until just a few years ago, it looked as if the problem posed by nuclear weapons had been successfully managed, if not solved.
By Richard N. Haass - Oct 19,2019
NEW YORK — There are several reasons why US President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw American forces from northern Syria, and leave the region’s Kurds vulnerable to neighbouring Turkey’s military incursion, was a terrible one.
By Richard N. Haass - Sep 15,2019
NEW YORK — Nearly everyone has seen the dramatic images of the Amazon ablaze.
By Richard N. Haass - Jun 16,2019
NEW YORK — US President Donald Trump’s administration has singled out Iran, even more than Russia, China or North Korea, with sustained pressure over the past two and a half years.
By Richard N. Haass - Mar 18,2019
NEW YORK — When last month’s summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un ended without a deal, the result was not surprising.
By Richard N. Haass - Feb 20,2019
NEW YORK — Much of lasting significance happened in 1979.
By Richard N. Haass - Feb 03,2019
NEW YORK — After more than 17 years, the time has come to accept two important truths about the war in Afghanistan. The first is that there will be no military victory by the government and its American and NATO partners.
By Richard N. Haass - Dec 15,2018
NEW YORK — It was not all that long ago, just a few years, as hard as that it is to believe, that Europe appeared to be the part of the world most closely resembling the end-of-history idyll depicted by Francis Fukuyama at the end of the Cold War.
By Richard N. Haass - Oct 27,2018
NEW YORK — Some 25 years ago, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, a Harvard professor who in the course of his career served as United States ambassador to the United Nations and a US senator from New York, coined the phrase “Defining Deviancy Down”.
By Richard N. Haass - Aug 15,2018
NEW YORK — Now that Turkey is at loggerheads with its erstwhile ally, the United States, the country’s currency crisis has morphed into a political problem of the first order.



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