Sunday, March 29, 2015
  1. Britain by Itself

    Chris Patten

    Britain by Itself


     chides UK politicians for ignoring international affairs in the ongoing election campaign.

    Newsart for Britain by Itself

    It is unfortunate that some of the most important issues facing the UK are being ignored in the country'€™s current election campaign. British politicians may not be speaking much about international affairs, but the next government will have to deal with Russian aggression, European security, and a possible vote on EU membership. READ MORE

  2. Northeast Asia’s Shared Destiny

    Christopher R. Hill

    Northeast Asia’s Shared Destiny


     emphasizes the value of cooperation among China, South Korea, and Japan.

    Japan China South Korea Foreign Ministers northeast asia Yao Qilin/ZumaPress

    For the first time in nearly three years, the foreign ministers of China, South Korea, and Japan met last week in Seoul to discuss potential collaboration on a range of issues. But trilateral cooperation, while critical, can be effective only if all three countries recognize that their futures, like their pasts, are intertwined. READ MORE

  3. El verdadero modelo Singapur

    Minxin Pei
  4. Ha llegado la hora de adoptar decisiones sobre Venezuela

    Jorge G. Castañeda
  5. ¿Qué sigue después de Lee Kuan Yew?

    Bill Emmott

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