CSIS's @JapanChair examines national perspectives on Asianism (regional exceptionalism) vs. universalism (democratic norms) across Asia, and explores the potential for like-minded states in Asia to prioritize democracy promotion in foreign policy strategy. https://t.co/xh3bUDQxko
Conducting counterterrorism campaigns “by, with, and though” non-state actors are likely to remain an appealing approach when partnering with the host-nation is not a viable option writes Brian Katz for @csis_isp. https://t.co/XsslBsyCX4
The U.S. cannot dictate to Iraq or successfully bully it over burden sharing or use it a base against Iran. It may, however, be able to help it become a stronger and more unified country and avoid it becoming a catastrophic vacuum of power.
Luis Almagro, Secretary General of the Organization of American States, discussed the illegitimacy of Nicolas Maduro's presidency, Maduro's human rights abuses, and how the international community can help the Venezuela people.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro was sworn in for a second term on January 10. @CSISAmericas' @MoisesRendon spoke with Amb. William Brownfield and Fernando Cutz about how the international community should deal with Venezuela.
As the Venezuelan crisis worsens, an international consensus is beginning to form around one key issue: Venezuela is not just a dictatorship but is also involved and complicit in criminal activity, including narcotrafficking. https://t.co/K7xITuJZ1f