Thursday, April 24, 2014

Christopher R. Hill

Christopher R. Hill, former US Assistant Secretary of State for East Asia, was US Ambassador to Iraq, South Korea, Macedonia, and Poland, a US special envoy for Kosovo, a negotiator of the Dayton Peace Accords, and the chief US negotiator with North Korea from 2005-2009. He is currently Dean of the Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver.

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The End of the New World Order

Russia’s annexation of Crimea and ongoing intimidation of Ukraine appears to mean the end of a 25-year period whose hallmark was an effort to bring Russia into greater alignment with Euro-Atlantic… read more

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Reckoning with Russia

Anyone who believes that foreign policy choices come down to Manichean choices between good and evil need to look no further than the Ukraine crisis. Worse, resolving it will require a temperament… read more

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China’s Fear Strategy

Not long ago, China was a soft-power juggernaut, seemingly content to allow its own example of success to speak for itself. Today, China, like many large countries, is allowing its internal political … read more

Newsart for Syria’s War in Iraq
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Syria’s War in Iraq

Nearly six years after the supposed defeat of Sunni extremists in Iraq, the Al Qaeda-linked Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant has emerged in Syria, and is spilling over the border into Iraq’s… read more

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The Obama Anti-Doctrine

Does the US need an overarching design for its foreign policy? If the outcome is to make its foreign policy less reliable and predictable – or, worse, susceptible to misunderstanding – then it… read more

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The Geneva Conversion

The agreement on Syria’s chemical weapons reached by Russia and the US is important not so much for what it could mean on the ground, which remains to be seen. Rather, the agreement’s main… read more

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