Pakistan's Long Support For Militants Puts The Country In A Bind - NPR

Sunday, March 10, 2019

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Pakistan's ambassador to the U.S., Asad Khan, says India is hastily and unfairly blaming his country for a Feb. 14 suicide bombing that killed more than 40 Indian security force members in the disputed Kashmir region. "India pointed the finger at Pakistan within minutes. The Indian government and media went into...

No question now Hanoi summit outcome was 'bad news' for Kim Jong-un - Washington Times

Sunday, March 10, 2019

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President Trump and Kim Jong-un’s failure to reach an agreement in their second summit was “really bad news” for the North Korean leader, according to a former top State Department official who had a instrumental role in opening the current nuclear diplomacy with Pyongyang. Mr. Trump’s decision...

Trump clings to 'all or nothing' strategy on North Korea - AFP

Saturday, March 9, 2019

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In Hanoi, Donald Trump overturned the widely held assumption he would be willing to settle for an interim agreement on North Korea’s denuclearization. But despite the breakdown of the summit and the atmosphere of scepticism that now abounds, the US president seems determined to stick with his “all or nothing” approach...

‘It is not hopeless’: UMD panel tackles global refugee crisis - The Diamondback

Friday, March 8, 2019

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Several international affairs experts discussed causes and solutions to the growing global refugee crisis at a University of Maryland panel on Thursday. “The response challenge [to the refugee crisis] is a formidable one,” said Eric Schwartz, president of Refugees International...

Preventing violent extremism in fragile states - Brookings Institute

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

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The Task Force on Extremism in Fragile States recently released its recommendations, calling for a new strategy to prevent violent extremism from developing in fragile states. Brookings Senior Fellow George Ingram and President of the U.S. Institute of Peace Nancy Lindborg explain why the U.S. needs to...

Analysis: India, Pakistan de-escalate but triggers remain - AP

Sunday, March 3, 2019

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Nuclear-armed neighbors India and Pakistan have pulled back from the brink of an all-out military confrontation over the contested Kashmir region. But Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan failed to address the underlying threats to stability, raising the likelihood of...

Failure in Hanoi Doesn’t Mean Peace Is Dead - Foreign Policy

Friday, March 1, 2019

By: Patricia M. Kim

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This week, U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un walked away from Hanoi empty-handed. Their failure to sign a deal was shocking, given most of the speculation before the summit had focused on what would be in the deal, not on whether one would be signed. The failed summit has undeniably...