U.S. Foreign Policy News

The Carbon Tax: An Idea Whose Time Has Come

Sep 25, 2013
Canada Institute Contributor Omer Aziz discusses the future of Canadian and American energy and what that means for both countries efforts to curb carbon pollution.

For Biden, Mexico’s endless allure

Sep 20, 2013
Vice-President Joe Biden visited Mexico on Friday to inaugurate the first High Level Economic Dialogue between the two nations. Duncan Wood and Christopher Wilson write about the importance of the dialogue and the role of the vice president.

Latin American Program in the News: Augusto Pinochet's Military Coup Observed In Chile 40 Years Later

Sep 12, 2013
This article reflects on the impact that the Chilean military coup, led by Augusto Pinochet, continues to have on Chilean society and its' political system 40 years later. Cynthia Arnson discusses the role the U.S. played in the coup and the impact is has had on the intelligence community.

Robert Litwak on President Obama's Address on Syria

Sep 11, 2013
Robert Litwak analyzes the implications of Syria for Iran’s nuclear challenge

Aaron Miller on President Obama's Address on Syria

Sep 11, 2013
Aaron David Miller argues that Obama's speech won't sell war-weary Americans on Syria

Haleh Esfandiari on President Obama's Address on Syria

Sep 11, 2013
Haleh Esfandiari comments on President Obama's speech to Congress making his case for military action against Syria.

Wilson Center Experts Provide Reaction and Analysis on the President's Address on Syria

Sep 11, 2013
Wilson Center experts Haleh Esfandiari, Robert Litwak, Aaron David Miller, David Ottaway, Marina Ottaway, and Robin Wright provide reaction and analysis on President Obama's address on Syria

Common Ground for Obama and Putin Is Offshore

Sep 05, 2013
While low expectations surround the G20 meeting in St. Petersburg, there is one timely matter that resonates with Washington, Moscow, and the entire G20 — the continuing fight against offshore tax havens, writes William Pomeranz.

Snowden and the Tense U.S.-Russia Relationship

Aug 13, 2013
"I think the real concern is this is a president who does not feel his legacy will be well served by investing more political capital in Russia. That’s worrying to me in the long term,” said Matthew Rojansky, Director of the Kennan Institute, on Andrea Mitchell Reports.

Five Ways to Tell If Mideast Peace Talks Are Serious

Aug 13, 2013
Israeli-Palestinian talks are set to begin this week. How will we know if progress is being made? Aaron Miller says there are signs to look for to see if the talks are going anywhere.

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