An Afghan Major General’s Strategy for Securing Afghanistan

America has been at war in Afghanistan for 17 years, but Afghanistan has been at war since the Soviet invasion in 1979. Throughout the 80s, the Communist puppet government in Kabul and its Soviet allies face a highly motivated, popular anti-Soviet mujahideen insurgency by Afghans opposed to foreign occupation and a Communist political program of Read More >

The Arab Gulf States and the West: Perceptions and Realities – Opportunities and Perils

This book examines the changing image of the Arab Gulf States in the West. It addresses the question of perception in international relations and how the Arab States of the Gulf have pursued various endeavors to project themselves into Western imagination. https://bit.ly/2SavYNb

Lockheed’s $15 Billion Saudi Deal at Risk After Khashoggi Death

Lockheed Martin Corp.’s potential $15 billion sale to Saudi Arabia of its Thaad air-defense system may be the unfinished deal most vulnerable to growing congressional demands to stop providing arms to the desert kingdom after the killing of critic Jamal Khashoggi. https://bloom.bg/2EFkwDL

If Careful, India Can Help US Efforts To Stabilize Afghanistan

Donald Trump‘s much-awaited strategy for Afghanistan and South Asia is essentially a continuation of the ad hoc strategies pursued by previous U.S. presidents for the last decade and a half — strategies that have contributed to instability in Afghanistan and the region. Read more.

Stati Uniti: Trump, i gasdotti, la politica estera

Nell’ultimo decennio, l’industria del gas è stata interessata da cambiamenti di grande portata, che non hanno precedenti nella storia recente. La shale gas revolution negli Stati Uniti, la crescita del commercio mondiale di GNL e la costruzione di gasdotti e infrastrutture di trasporto stanno trasformando questa fonte fossile in una commodity sempre più globale. Grazie Read More >

The American Tradition of Orderly Political Transition

In the early morning hours of Wednesday, November 9, Donald J. Trump crossed the necessary threshold of 270 electoral votes and became the President-elect of the United States of America.  At noon on Friday, 20 January 2017, Mr. Trump will take the oath administered by U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts on the west Read More >

Ideological Differences Limit U.S.-China Counter-terrorism Cooperation

U.S. National Security Adviser Susan Rice visited China last month, where she held talks with Chinese officials about the threat of terrorism and prospects for improving counterterrorism cooperation. In an email interview, Jeffrey Payne, the Manager of Academic Affairs at the Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Studies, discusses the state of counterterrorism cooperation Read More >

Why do people vote for Donald Trump?

This is an extraordinary American election. The rise of Donald Trump, which has confounded all the experts, is the most remarkable characteristic of a remarkable political season, generating much angst, confusion, fury, and fear. Why is Donald Trump, a vulgar political outsider, receiving so much support?  Why do people vote for him?  A brief examination Read More >

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