Sep 23, 2014
"Two bitter rivals in a bitterly divided nation will be sharing power under an arrangement that represents not the will of the Afghan people but a solution imposed by the international community," writes Michael Kugelman.
Sep 22, 2014
"Our counter narrative against ISIL is what is going to win the day. If we don't win the argument, we, the coalition of forty, are never going to prevail against the extremists." says Jane Harman.
Sep 18, 2014
"As the world focuses on the atrocities of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), a far more brutal scenario has been unfolding some 2,500 miles directly south of Damascus," writes Steve McDonald.
Sep 11, 2014
Michael Kugelman gives several reasons why there is still hope for a positive outcome to the current impasse in Afghanistan's election crisis. "No one ever said it will be easy to craft a happy ending to this tale -- but it's still quite possible," he writes.
Aug 31, 2014
The Latin American Program's recent event "Perspectivas políticas de la reforma fiscal en Costa Rica" is described in this article about the possible implementation of a Value Added Tax in Costa Rica. This article is in Spanish.
Aug 30, 2014
In this video, government officials discuss fiscal policy in Costa Rica during the recent Latin American Program event, "Perspectivas políticas de la reforma fiscal en Costa Rica." This video is in Spanish.
Aug 29, 2014
The Latin American Program's August 24, 2014 event "Colombia: Hacia una nueva reforma tributaria" is described in this article about tax policy in Colombia. This article is in Spanish.
Aug 29, 2014
A spokesman for Abdullah Abdullah says the Afghan presidential candidate will reject the results of the election audit. The move could deepen the crisis and prove catastrophic, said Michael Kugelman in this interview with Deutsche Welle.
Aug 27, 2014
The Latin American Program's August 26, 2014 event "Perspectivas políticas de la reforma fiscal en Costa Rica" is described in this article about tax policy in Costa Rica. This article is in Spanish.
Aug 22, 2014
On 21 August, Turkey's Prime Minister and President-elect Recep Tayyip Erdoğan announced the AK Party executive board's decision nominate Ahment Davutoğlu to succeed him as the leader of the party. In a few days, we will see Davutoğlu chosen as the leader of AK Party and the Prime Minister, but it will be a matter of time before his performance in this post can be assessed. In this piece, Global Fellow Bülent Aras reflects on Davutoğlu's rise to prominence in Turkish politics.