Monday, November 30, 2015
  1. Can the Islamic State Unify Europe?

    Hans-Werner Sinn

    Can the Islamic State Unify Europe?


     wants EU leaders to shift their focus from risky fiscal integration to necessary political union.

    David Cameron and François Hollande in Paris. Number 10/Flickr

    If recent events have taught us anything, it is that the biggest threats to the EU stem not from inadequate fiscal risk-sharing, but from insufficient coordination on foreign-policy and security challenges. That is why, instead of continuing to push for unbalanced fiscal integration, the EU must pursue political union. READ MORE

  2. Argentina’s Fresh Start

    Andrés Velasco
  3. Iran’s Syrian Power Grab and Saudi Arabia

    Nawaf Obaid

    Iran’s Syrian Power Grab and Saudi Arabia


     delves into the history behind the conflict between the Middle East's leading Shia and Sunni powers.

    Hassan Rouhani, President of Iran. Dirk Waem/Belga via ZUMA Press

    Inviting Iran to the next round of talks on the Syria crisis in Vienna, Austria, has far-reaching implications. In fact, Iran’s current government is attempting to overthrow a balance of power that has endured for some 1,400 years – and Saudi Arabia, as the cradle of the Muslim world, will not allow it. READ MORE

  4. Ядерная сделка с Пакистаном, которой не было

    Shahid Javed Burki
  5. The Western Roots of Anti-Western Terror

    Brahma Chellaney

    The Western Roots of Anti-Western Terror


     warns that the West's response to the Paris attacks is likely to perpetuate what led to them.

    Advanced security training.

    The horrific terror attacks in Paris provide a stark reminder that Western powers cannot contain – let alone insulate themselves from – the unintended consequences of their interventions in the Middle East. Unfortunately, the response to the attacks is likely to perpetuate the factors that led to them. READ MORE

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