Secretary of State John Kerry is headed to New Delhi for the U.S.-India Strategic Dialogue. Given all that’s going on in the Middle East and in Russia, some argue that this is the wrong time for him to make this particular visit. Here are three reasons why Mr. Kerry is doing the right thing at the right time, writes Michael KugelmanRead More

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  • Michael Kugelman

    Michael Kugelman

    Senior Program Associate for South and Southeast Asia, Asia Program

Asia’s cities are growing fast and many are vulnerable to climate change. But efforts to build resilience may backfire if deeply rooted urban governance issues aren’t taken into account Read More

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By now it should be painfully obvious that this latest round of the Israeli-Palestinian crisis in Gaza is fundamentally different than its predecessors. Getting to de-escalation, let alone a durable endgame, will be hard, writes Aaron David Miller. Here are the five reasons why. Read More

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An interactive look at the factors driving the influx of unaccompanied minors from Central America, and the risks faced en route to the U.S. Read More

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"For most people, cybersecurity is a complicated subject – especially when the government is involved.  But it doesn’t have to be.  What exactly is your government doing to keep you safe?  Here’s what DHS is and isn’t doing to protect against a cyber “Pearl Harbor,” writes Meg King.  Read More

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  • Jane Harman

    Jane Harman

    Director, President and CEO, Wilson Center
  • Meg King

    Meg King

    National Security Advisor to the Director, President, and CEO

After the downing of flight MH17, Russian President Vladimir Putin is under intense domestic and international pressure. Which way will he turn? William Pomeranz talked to DW. Read More

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On the eve of the latest deadline for a potential deal with Iran over its nuclear program, Robert Litwak has authored an insightful study that considers the technical and political contexts for a possible resolution. He identifies a core question --- Is Iran a “revolutionary state” or an “ordinary country”? Read More

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  • Robert S. Litwak

    Robert S. Litwak

    Vice President for Scholars and Academic Relations and Director, International Security Studies
  • Haleh Esfandiari

    Haleh Esfandiari

    Director, Middle East Program

A cross-disciplinary team is calling for public discussion about a potential new way to solve longstanding global ecological problems by using an emerging technology called "gene drives." Read More

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India's Faltering Energy Production

In three long reporting trips to India since 2012, Circle of Blue and the Wilson Center have documented a cycle of risk involving water, energy, and food that is harming India’s environment, slowing its economy, and impeding its development. Read More

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Canada Must Diversify its Energy Pitch to U.S.

"In addition to touting the benefits of the Keystone XL pipeline, Canadians should do more to talk up the benefits of their hydropower potential," writes Andrew Finn. Read More

<a href="http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2014/07/expand-ex-im-bank-dont-eliminate-it-108850_full.html#.U8Z_4ZI_t8E">Expand the Ex-Im Bank, Don’t Eliminate It</a>

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Expand the Ex-Im Bank, Don’t Eliminate It

The proposal to eliminate the Export-Import Bank is a form of unilateral disarmament that completely ignores the competitive realities of today’s global economy. Read More

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Is the Arctic a Regional or Global Resource?

Tensions over security, access, and environmental impacts in the Arctic are rising. While members of the Arctic Council assert their established rights under new circumstances, an increasing number of non-Arctic states seek an active role in the region. This is the seventh in a series of expert interviews on the multi-faceted region. Read More

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Peter Finn

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Afghanistan

Kubra in her workshop. (Photo by Justin Sutcliffe/Polaris)

As the U.S. prepares to withdraw from the longest war in its history, a look at the lives changed, promises made, and ideas shaped by war in Afghanistan.