The fierce pursuit of those who caused America’s most egregious and embarrassing security failure on January 6th must be matched with equal, if not greater, determination by pursuing those in power who actually failed to prevent it (This article was originally published on Inauguration Day, January 20th, 2021) As Joseph R. Biden, Jr., was inaugurated…

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The escalating maritime dispute between Turkey and Greece involving the delimitation of their continental shelves can no longer be viewed as a bilateral issue. It must be interpreted within the broader context of Turkey-European Union relations, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s strategic and geopolitical ambitions in the Eastern Mediterranean and beyond, as well as in light…

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Despite the recent return of stock market volatility and diminishing hopes that easing lockdowns would lead to a quick recovery, the US market has generally remained disconnected from post-pandemic political realities. Initial positive sentiment has been reinforced by several factors, including the unexpected drop in unemployment and the creation of 2.5 million jobs in May.…

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South China Morning Post Marco Vicenzino US-China rivalry will shape post-coronavirus world order while India and the EU struggle to keep pace Greater danger and fragmentation are expected as Russia keeps its place at the table of great powers, while Turkey and other regional powers vie for influence India must upgrade its diplomacy and accelerate…

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