U.S. Foreign Policy News

Why Afghanistan is a Big Winner in the U.S.-Iran Deal

Jul 29, 2015
"[In Afghanistan], the U.S.–Iran deal’s implications are less complicated and largely positive. Afghanistan could be one of the deal’s biggest beneficiaries, and for two major reasons," writes Michael Kugelman.

Infographic: A History of Immigration Policy and Migration Flows

Jul 28, 2015
This infographic provides a timeline of the history of immigration policy and migration flows at the U.S.-Mexico border.

Dissolving the Export-Import Bank will Hurt US-Africa Relations

Jul 27, 2015
"If not reversed, the Ex-Im Bank’s expiration will hurt U.S. economic relations with Africa, and undermine U.S. credibility in Africa, in three major ways," writes Monde Muyangwa.

Tehran’s Promise

Jul 27, 2015
"After decades of living in a pariah nation, Iranians seem to crave normalcy—but on their own terms. Figuring out their relationship with the outside world is a big part of the transition," writes Robin Wright.

The Other Nuclear Deal

Jul 24, 2015
"The India-US civil nuclear accord proved a gamechanger for broader ties between Delhi and Washington. A decade hence, perhaps we will be able to describe the recently signed nuclear agreement with Iran in similar terms," writes Robert Hathaway.

The Iran Nuke Deal Could End Any Hope of Israeli-Palestinian Peace

Jul 22, 2015
"An agreement this complex will require interaction between the United States and Iran at many levels. To what extent that interaction, cooperation, and problem-solving (rather than problem-creating) will extend from the nuclear issue to regional issues is another matter," writes Aaron David Miller.
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President Obama’s Trip to Africa

Jul 21, 2015
"This is a great trip for the President and for Africa because economic development, trade and investment have been a cornerstone for US-Africa engagement under the Obama Administration," says Monde Muyangwa.

Infographic: The Pursuit of Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán Loera

Jul 21, 2015
This infographic provides an illustrated overview of the pursuit of "El Chapo" Guzmán.

The Iranian View On The Nuclear Deal

Jul 21, 2015
"There is this sense among the clerics who are now in their late 50's, 60's, 70's, that they have to accommodate in some ways the noise on the streets and particularly the hardships that Iranians have had to endure as a result of both sanctions and the mismanagement of the last president," says Robin Wright in this interview on NPR's "On Point."

U.S. And Cuba Restore Diplomatic Relations

Jul 21, 2015
Cynthia Arnson is interviewed about the restoration of diplomatic ties between the United States and Cuba.

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