Geopolitical Weekly

U.S.-Pakistani Relations Beyond Bin Laden

The relationship between the U.S. and Pakistan is ultimately far more important than the details of how Osama bin Laden was captured. And for Washington, the option of breaking with Pakistan does not exist.

Making Sense of the Syrian Crisis

Many believe the al Assad regime is on its last legs, but this view ignores the critical factors that have sustained it for decades.

Making Sense of the Syrian Crisis

Many believe the al Assad regime is on its last legs, but this view ignores the critical factors that have sustained it for decades.

China and the End of the Deng Dynasty

It is not clear whether China's next generation of leaders will augment Deng's theory, or discard it. It is clear, however, that China is taking on a challenge much greater than a change in presidents or administrations.

The Arab Risings, Israel and Hamas

Another war between Israel and Hamas is not out of the question — and the decision to launch one rests with Hamas in the long run.

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