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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.
By Richard Haass - Mar 28,2022
NEW YORK  —  “Ripeness is all”, noted Edgar in Shakespeare’s King Lear.
By Richard Haass - Feb 22,2022
NEW YORK  —  The United States and China are this month marking the golden anniversary of their modern relationship.
By Richard Haass - Jan 09,2022
NEW YORK  —  My book, A World in Disarray, was published five years ago this month. The book’s thesis was that the Cold War’s end did not usher in an era of greater stability, security and peace, as many expected.
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.



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