April 14, 2017

Foreign Affairs

April 14, 2017

Trump’s high stakes foreign policy bluff

Trump’s reticence may afford him short-term political advantage over his opponents, but uncertainty surrounding his long-term foreign policy objectives only hamper relations, writes Evgeny Pudovkin.
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April 10, 2017

Russia and the West: old habits die hard

The new phase of relations between Russia and the West is regrettable, but a dose of realism was long overdue, says Evgeny Pudovkin, foreign affairs correspondent at Russian daily, Nezavisimaya Gazeta.
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March 24, 2017

The West hasn’t begun to fight Islamism

We are failing to make progress in the struggle against Islamism, argues Simon Gordon. The Islamist ascendancy in majority Muslim countries is at the root of its appeal in Muslim communities beyond them.
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January 31, 2017

Anti-Israeli boycotts are anti-Semitic

The excuses peddled by many of the organisations and groups that boycott Israel are nothing but a cloak with which to disguise their entrenched anti-Semitic views, says Tamir Wertzberger.
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