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Nader Mousavizadeh

Islamic State has erased the line between foreign and domestic policy

Apr 21 2016

Across the West, domestic policy debates, from immigration to law enforcement to education, are now refracted through the lens of the new terrorism.

How to win the vote -- and the war -- on Syria

Sep 03 2013

President Barack Obama's surprise decision to seek congressional authorization for punitive cruise missile strikes against Syrian government targets presents the West with a perhaps final opportunity to align rhetoric with reality, and policy with purpose, in its response to the Syrian civil war.

How to win the vote -- and the war -- on Syria

Sep 03 2013

President Barack Obama's surprise decision to seek congressional authorization for punitive cruise missile strikes against Syrian government targets presents the West with a perhaps final opportunity to align rhetoric with reality, and policy with purpose, in its response to the Syrian civil war.

Reuters Magazine: The Elephants in the Davos Ski Lodge

Jan 25 2012

The epic global shifts of 2011 transformed the political, economic, and social landscape from Shanghai to Sao Paolo, Washington to Cairo. No leader (not even Vladimir Putin) is safe from the vagaries of social unrest; no economy (not even China's) is unaffected by contagion from an over-leveraged, under-managed euro zone. No country (not even the United States) is immune from the threat of asymmetric attacks - anything from a terrorist bomb to cyber-warfare.

The big powers need to learn to share

Oct 31 2011

For all its unwieldiness and amorphous sense of purpose, the G20 represents the beginnings of an understanding – as necessary as it is reluctant – that a global economy with new growth sources must have a new structure of governance.

Who fills the global power vacuum?

Sep 26 2011

The question of who will fill the global power vacuum has never before been felt as acutely as it is today – or in as many different arenas of politics and economics simultaneously.

Who fills the global power vacuum?

Sep 26 2011

The question of who will fill the global power vacuum has never before been felt as acutely as it is today – or in as many different arenas of politics and economics simultaneously.

A smaller America could be a stronger America

Aug 25 2011

To lament America’s decline from a dominant position of unaffordable and unsustainable strategic burdens is, in fact, to mistake an opportunity for a threat.

How we got to the archipelago world

Jul 25 2011

Ten years after the attacks of September 11th, the brief moment of global solidarity that followed when we were “all Americans,” in the words of Le Monde, seems as improbable as it is distant.

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