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  • Getting to Pluralism: Political Actors in the Arab World

    Getting to Pluralism: Political Actors in the Arab World
    • December 07, 2009 —  Brussels

    While a greater degree of pluralism has been introduced into Arab societies, they are still likely to grapple with political apathy, low voter turnout, dwindling membership in registered parties, and shrinking constituencies for the foreseeable future.

  • Keynes at Home, Smith Abroad—the Right Approach?

    Keynes at Home, Smith Abroad—the Right Approach?
    • November 23, 2009 —  Brussels

    Leading economists describe the 2007-2009 economic crisis as the worst since the Great Depression, causing regulators worldwide to question the system that has drive the world’s economy for the past two decades.

  • The Resurgence of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula

    The Resurgence of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula
    • November 19, 2009 —  Brussels

    Yemen faces a great and growing number of challenges which need to be addressed immediately, or there is a very real risk that the country will collapse, becoming a safe-haven for al-Qaeda and destabilizing the entire Gulf region.

  • Is Afghanistan Still Worth It?

    Is Afghanistan Still Worth It?
    • November 10, 2009 —  Brussels

    European governments are finding it ever more difficult to convince their constituencies back home that a sustained European presence in Afghanistan is of critical importance to any sort of lasting peace.

  • Democracy and Human Rights Promotion Under Obama: The Complexities of Reengagement

    Democracy and Human Rights Promotion Under Obama: The Complexities of Reengagement
    • November 06, 2009 —  Brussels

    One of the challenges President Barack Obama faces is leveraging his positive global appeal to develop an effective new framework for the promotion of democracy and human rights.

  • Mr. Obama Goes to Asia: Defining a Regional Policy

    Mr. Obama Goes to Asia: Defining a Regional Policy
    • November 05, 2009 —  Washington, D.C.

    Much has been made about President Obama's upcoming trip to Asia as recent events on the continent—continuing uncertainty in North Korea, the violence in Urumqi, and the ongoing fallout in the wake of global recession—indicate that this could be one of the most important trips of his first year in office.

  • Managing Iran's Nuclear Ambitions?

    Managing Iran's Nuclear Ambitions?
    • October 20, 2009 —  Brussels

    Iran’s nuclear ambitions pose a challenge to international nonproliferation goals. The international community must find a way to ensure Iran’s right to peaceful nuclear technology while preventing Iran from developing atomic weapons.

  • NATO and Russia: A New Beginning

    NATO and Russia: A New Beginning

    In his first major foreign policy address, NATO Secretary General, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, presented the basis for a new strategic partnership with Russia, laying out the specific areas where practical cooperation could be extended.

  • Afghanistan after the Election: What Next?

    Afghanistan after the Election: What Next?
    • September 03, 2009 —  Brussels

    On his return from a month-long trip to Afghanistan, Gilles Dorronsoro provided a briefing on the security situation on the ground and offered a post-election strategy for addressing the Taliban threat.

  • Pakistan and the Path to Stabilisation: Roundtable with Opinion Leaders from Pakistan

    Pakistan and the Path to Stabilisation: Roundtable with Opinion Leaders from Pakistan
    • August 19, 2009 —  Brussels

    Pakistan’s continuing instability is a matter of international concern. Leading Pakistani experts discussed the situation in their country and the role Europe could play in helping Pakistan achieve greater stability.

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