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Bosnia, Kosovo and Brussels

March 25, 2016 This week’s attacks in Belgium are a continuation of Muslim-Christian confrontations that began when the Soviet Union fell.

The Link Between Syria and Ukraine

March 24, 2016 The fact that the two conflicts have become intertwined is not a coincidence.

Central Europe and Germany: The Tables Turn

March 24, 2016 The Visegrad Four countries are highly exposed to fluctuations in the German economy.

The Cycle of Terrorism

March 23, 2016 Identifying terrorists requires a shift in intelligence methods.

Power and Change in Cuba’s Elite

March 23, 2016 The Cuban government, economy and security structures are facing uncertainty ahead.

The US Obsession with Cuba

March 22, 2016 Cuba’s location means more to the United States than any government in Havana.

Brussels Attacks Highlight Europe’s New Reality

March 22, 2016 The explosions that hit two separate targets were coordinated.

The Pitfalls of US Power

March 21, 2016 Applying a balance of power strategy is easier in the abstract than in practice.

Mexico as a Major Power

March 21, 2016

Regime Change, State Disintegration and Jihadists

March 21, 2016 In the Arab world, Western-style governance models are unlikely to succeed in the future because of the autocratic nature of the regimes in crisis, as well as their challengers.

The Week: Elections, Russians and Missiles

March 19, 2016 The U.S. presidential candidates grabbed headlines, while events in the Middle East and the Korean Peninsula also took center stage.

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