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Soft Power, Hard Choices

Aparna Pande

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has to move on several fronts simultaneously to fulfil expectations he has generated in various constituencies. Through h...

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Ebola Isn’t a Messaging Problem

Scott Gottlieb & Tevi Troy

Much public skepticism about the government’s response to Ebola stems from the dogmatic pronouncements of Obama administration officials. In a video...

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America the Resilient

Irwin M. Stelzer

Oh, woe! Ebola has come to America and 150 people from infected countries are landing here every day. ISIS is battering the Kurds, to whom we have not...

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Both More and No More: The Historical Split between Charity and Philanthropy

Benjamin Soskis

In the urtext of modern philanthropy, “The Gospel of Wealth (1889),” Andrew Carnegie set out to instruct his peers on the proper means of disposin...

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Nonmilitary Approaches to Countering Chinese Coercion: A Code of Practice for the Asia-Pacific

John Lee

In this third installment of CNAS’ Maritime Strategy Series, Dr. John Lee of the University of Sydney discusses political and diplomatic tools to im...

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Current Trends in Islamist Ideology, Volume 17

Eric B. Brown , Hillel Fradkin , Husain Haqqani & Hassan Mneimneh

Analysis on ISIS, Salafi Dawa of Egypt, Turkey's Politics, & Xinjiang...

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Prospects for Improving Canada's Relations with Mexico

Christopher Sands

Click below to read Christopher Sands’s testimony to the Senate of Canada Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade regarding Canada's re...

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Why Net Neutrality Matters: Protecting Consumers and Competition through Meaningful Open Internet Rules

Robert M. McDowell

Click below to read Commissioner Robert M. McDowell’s testimony before the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary regarding Net Neutrality....

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