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“Russia is back as a major challenge for European security. But it is a challenge of a different kind than the challenge posed by the Soviet Union that exists in the West’s fading memories of the Cold War.”
Read more from Eugene Rumer: http://ceip.org/1If7OFf
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Lina Khatib writes, “Policy-makers seeking to stabilize the Middle East need to rethink their geopolitical strategies to make support for democracy part of both short- and long-term policies.” Read how current geopolitical strategies might actually contribute to regional instability: http://ceip.org/1Hxjkgt 
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“Rather than thinking about some grand architecture for the future, it would make more sense now to think about stepping away from the brink.” Read Dmitri Trenin’s analysis on the still-simmering Ukraine crisis: http://ceip.org/1BmpddF 
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“Several recent developments reveal how political and institutional fragmentation in the United States has produced self-inflicted wounds for the U.S. abroad,” says Moisés Naím. Read how Democrats and Republicans have contributed to America’s weakened economic power: http://ceip.org/1FBsMyC 
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“Both the Russian and Iranian authorities are determined to create a solid foundation for bilateral dialogue,” says Nikolay Kozhanov, “and their dedication to deepening ties is largely determined by their geopolitical interests.” Read more about the revitalization of Russian-Iranian relations: http://ceip.org/1GMTtee 
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A U.S.-India collaboration on developing next-generation aircraft carriers, “would increase the Indian Navy’s combat power and would resonate throughout the Asian continent to India’s strategic advantage,” says Ashley J. Tellis. Read more: http://ceip.org/1DOjds5
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“If Greece quit the eurozone and if Europe backed away from giving Ukraine maximum political and financial support, Europe’s security would be at stake,” writes Judy Dempsey. Read how these two crises are critical to the future of Europe’s security:  http://ceip.org/1NQweF2
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The BJP’s historic victory in India’s 2014 general election prompted declarations of a watershed in the behavior of the Indian voter. Milan Vaishnav analyzes whether that is really the case: http://ceip.org/1LmVDHs 
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“If India is to achieve the same sustained success as China,” writes Yukon Huang, “then it needs to take a hard look at why its urbanization process has failed so miserably in comparison.” Read more: http://ceip.org/1QlJAPf 
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Is India getting back on track? One year after Narendra Modi came to power, we asked several experts to assess India’s reform achievements and near-term challenges: http://ceip.org/Modi1Year
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At this week’s GCC Summit in Camp David, “the message to Gulf leaders should be: if you really want to insulate your populations from and inoculate them against Iran’s siren song, undertake far-reaching reforms that make aggrieved citizens less likely to look outward for inspiration and support.” Read more: http://ceip.org/1EEFypo 
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“The new guidelines are not a silver bullet, but they are a very constructive step in the right direction.”

James Schoff discusses U.S.-Japan defense cooperation: http://ceip.org/1JB0Zim
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The Carnegie Endowment is pioneering the first global think tank, with flourishing offices now in Washington, MoscowBeijingBeirut, and Brussels. These five locations include the centers of world governance and the places whose political evolution and international policies will most determine the near-term possibilities for international peace and economic advance.