Inside Central Asia

30.09.2013

Working for His Nobel

Obama needs to follow up on the Syrian disarmament plan and be ready to augment it by a serious effort at a political settlement in Syria within the Geneva framework. If there is to be a solution on Syria, Iran should be part of it. Engaging the Iranians on Syria would be a confidence building measure which would also help in the nuclear talks.
23.09.2013

Brussels Discussions on Afghanistan

The Alliance is waiting now for the U.S.-Afghan agreement, which will give a political and legal base for the U.S. presence in Afghanistan. The problem is that Hamid Karzai is not ready to sign this agreement.
19.09.2013

Hold Off on Champagne: Hard Slog Lies Ahead

The United Nations is a recognized platform for debate, but its performance depends on its key members actually working together.
26.07.2013

Orthodox Diplomacy

The Kremlin appears to have found its distinct international role. It is based on conservative nationalism; support for traditional international law with its emphasis on national sovereignty and non-interference in internal affairs of states; and a strong preference for evolutionary path of development over revolutionary upheavals.
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