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What It Would Take for Iran to Talk to Trump Dean Vali Nasr in The Atlantic
Losing Earth: The Decade We Almost Stopped Climate Change Professor of the Practice of Energy, Resources, and Environment Irving Mintzer in the New York Times Magazine
Navigating Asia's Stormy Seas: Regional Perspective on US-China Competition Associate Director of Strategic Studies Mara Karlin in The Diplomat
Trump Can’t Split Russia From China—Yet Henry A. Kissinger Distinguished Professor Hal Brands in BNN Bloomberg
Pakistan’s Likely New Leader Could Complicate Afghan Peace Talks Foreign Policy Institute Fellow Shamila Chaudhary in The New York Times


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In an op-ed for The Times of India, Director of Johns Hopkins SAIS Asia Programs, Devesh Kapur, argues that on its 72nd Independence Day, India’s core constitutional goals still remain distant. Read More »
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In an era of uncertainty, countries across the Asia-Pacific region are carefully balancing relations with Washington and Beijing, Professors Mara Karlin and Michael S. Chase argue in an article for The Diplomat. Read More »
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As Italy prepares its latest budget, Director of SAIS Europe, Erik Jones, discussed its importance and the potential roadblocks with CNBC. Read More »
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Professor Lisel Hintz joined the BBC to offer insight on the U.S.-Turkey relationship, sanctions, and trade. Read More »
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It may not seem like it, but Tehran has a lot to gain from meeting with a U.S. president in search of his own nuclear deal, Dean Vali Nasr wrote in an article for Defense One. Read More »