Category: Foreign Affairs

Australian Institute for International Affairs (AIIA) | November 28, 2022

China in the Spotlight at the Bali G20: Focal Point Adaption and Limitations

China in the Spotlight at the Bali G20: Focal Point Adaption and Limitations 28 November 2022 At the G20 in Bali, Xi’s diplomacy possessed both nuance and calculation, but also…

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Australian Institute for International Affairs (AIIA) | November 28, 2022

The Hon. Warwick Smith AO FAIIA: Speech to AIIA Annual Lecture – Government House Tasmania: “Foreign Policy within a Trading Nation, the Pacific, Asia and the World – the danger of mediocrity”

The Hon. Warwick Smith AO FAIIA: Speech to AIIA Annual Lecture – Government House Tasmania: "Foreign Policy within a Trading Nation, the Pacific, Asia and the World - the danger…

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The Hill, Columnists | November 27, 2022

Schiff knocks McCarthy’s threat of removal from Intelligence Committee

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) on Sunday hit back at House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) for vowing to oust Schiff from the House Intelligence Committee for his handling of the investigation into…

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The Hill, Columnists | November 27, 2022

Top House Republicans predict McCarthy will win Speakership

Republican Reps. Mike Turner (Ohio) and Michael McCaul (Texas) on Sunday predicted House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (Calif.) will win the Speakership when the next Congress kicks off next year.…

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The Hill, Columnists | November 27, 2022

Why the US should help the Gulf states negotiate a trade deal with the UK

In September, the United Kingdom (UK) and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) wrapped up the first round of negotiations on a free trade agreement. A deal promises economic gains for…

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The Hill, Columnists | November 27, 2022

Sunday shows preview: GOP prepares to take over House; Colorado Springs shooting reignites calls for gun control

The GOP’s imminent takeover of the House and renewed calls for gun control in the wake of the Colorado Springs shooting are likely to dominate this week’s Sunday shows circuit.…

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The Hill, Columnists | November 26, 2022

US, allies struggle to support protesters in make-or-break moment for Iran

The U.S., its allies and individuals across the globe are struggling to support protesters in Iran in what observers say is a make-or-break moment that could tip the scales for…

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Barcelona Centre for International Affairs (CIDOB) | November 25, 2022

Contra el gènere: l’amenaça d’un moviment transnacional en auge

En un món cada cop més amenaçat per la pèrdua de seguretat humana i un increment de les violències contra les dones i les minories sexuals, el moviment antigènere suposa…

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Australian Institute for International Affairs (AIIA) | November 25, 2022

Book Review: Australia and the World 1931-1936. Documents on Australian Foreign Policy

Book Review: Australia and the World 1931-1936. Documents on Australian Foreign Policy 25 November 2022 James Cotton’s selection of key documents from Australia’s diplomatic history in the 1930s extensively details…

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Australian Institute for International Affairs (AIIA) | November 24, 2022

25 November 2022: The Week in Australian Foreign Affairs

25 November 2022: The Week in Australian Foreign Affairs 25 November 2022 This week in Australian foreign affairs: Albanese attends APEC Economic Leaders’ Meeting; four new diplomatic postings announced; Wong…

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The Economist | November 24, 2022

COP27 was disappointing, but US-China climate diplomacy is thawing

Great-power rivalry will shape the world’s response to the crisis

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Breaking Defense | November 23, 2022

There is no panacea, competition with China occurs in peace and war

A recent CSIS wargame explored potential outcomes of a China-Taiwan-US conflict. (Graphic by Breaking Defense; original image of wargame map courtesy CSIS; original photograph by Ashley Pon/Getty Images) In August,…

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European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS) | November 23, 2022

A like-minded partner?

This Brief examines how the rise to power of Narendra Modi at the head of the nationalist BJP has changed India’s politics and diplomacy, and analyses the implications for the…

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Hoover Institution | November 22, 2022

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg joins Battlegrounds for Conversation on NATO’s Response to Ukraine’s Crisis and the Future of the Transatlantic Alliance

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg joins Battlegrounds for Conversation on NATO’s Response to Ukraine’s Crisis and the Future of the Transatlantic Alliance Rachel Moltz Tue, 11/22/2022 - 09:26 Hoover Institution…

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RAND National Security and Terrorism | November 22, 2022

Russian Military Strategy

The authors of this report identify and examine several factors to assess the orientation of Russian military strategy, including the balance of power, Russian diplomacy with China, views on future…

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The Hill, International | November 21, 2022

Blinken arrives in Qatar for US World Cup opener

Secretary of State Anthony Blinken landed in Doha, Qatar, Monday morning ahead of the U.S. Men’s National Team’s opening World Cup match against Wales. Blinken was also set to attend…

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Cato Institute | November 21, 2022

US “Leadership” is Damaging Europe

Ted Galen Carpenter Democratic Europe has habitually craved U.S. leadership of the transatlantic community since the end of World War 11. Indeed, President Donald Trump’s comment that he was willing…

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Cato Institute | November 21, 2022

America’s Bitter Divisions Continue: The Impact of the 2022 Midterm Elections

Ted Galen Carpenter Nearly a week after the official election day in the United States the outcome for the House of Representatives was still not entirely clear, although the Democratic Party…

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International Crisis Group (ICG) | November 21, 2022

The Impact of the Midterms on U.S. Foreign Policy

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Hoover Institution | November 20, 2022

Articles On: Hong Kong, G20, AUKUS, Prosperity, India, US-China Relations, and Asia

Articles On: Hong Kong, G20, AUKUS, Prosperity, India, US-China Relations, and Asia LeAnn Sun, 11/20/2022 - 04:00 Business Is Far from Usual in Hong Kong by L. Gordon Crovitz and…

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Hoover Institution | November 20, 2022

Dozens of Americans Are Barred From Leaving China, Adding to Tensions

Dozens of Americans Are Barred From Leaving China, Adding to Tensions LeAnn Sun, 11/20/2022 - 04:00 Off Sun, 11/13/2022 - 11:39China Global Sharp Power Weekly Alert 2022 Issue 46 6…

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Hoover Institution | November 20, 2022

Articles On: Nuclear Weapons, Coast Guard Confrontation, Stealth Fighter, and China’s Global Port

Articles On: Nuclear Weapons, Coast Guard Confrontation, Stealth Fighter, and China’s Global Port LeAnn Sun, 11/20/2022 - 04:00 In diplomatic flurry, European leaders press China’s Xi Jinping on opposing nuclear…

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The Hill, International | November 20, 2022

Divided GOP tiptoes on Biden request for more Ukraine aid

Republicans are tiptoeing around a recent request from the Biden administration for billions in Ukraine aid, as the party faces internal divisions on the path forward for assistance.   The White…

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E International Relations | November 19, 2022

Lula’s Foreign Policy Path for Brazil and the Constraints on Grand Strategy Change

Lula channels many Brazilians’ desire for a more expansive role in the world while Bolsonaro, by contrast, tended to pull the country’s gaze inward.

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Hoover Institution | November 18, 2022

Hillary Clinton & Condoleezza Rice On America’s Global Role | The Problem With Jon Stewart Podcast

Hillary Clinton & Condoleezza Rice On America’s Global Role | The Problem With Jon Stewart Podcast LeAnn Fri, 11/18/2022 - 10:45 interview with Condoleezza Rice On Fri, 11/18/2022 - 11:39Hoover…

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