Blog Profile / Foreign Policy Association


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Archived Since:July 27, 2010

Blog Post Archive

Trump’s Dilemma in the Korean Peninsula

North Korea is close to the final stage of acquiring ICBM capabilities and miniaturization technologies required to target the continental U.S. The post Trump’s Dilemma in the Korean Peninsula appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.

Hanoi Protests China’s Fishing Ban

Hanoi officially expressed its displeasure over Beijing’s annual fishing ban in the South China Sea at a regular press conference last week. The post Hanoi Protests China’s Fishing Ban appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.

China Rages as Hong Kong Democracy Figures Speak to U.S. Commission

On May 3, prominent Hong Kong democracy figures gave testimony at a hearing with the U.S. Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC) in Washington. The post China Rages as Hong Kong Democracy Figures Speak to U.S. Commission appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.

Decompressing A Crisis Through Safe Zones

Approaches to create safe zones are being sought by Russia, Turkey and Iran in an effort to reverse the mass migration out of Syria. The post Decompressing A Crisis Through Safe Zones appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.

Soft Power: Russian and American University Students Find Common Ground

While U.S.-Russia relations remain uncertain, students at the Volgograd Institute of Management engaged their American counterparts in some diplomatic bridge-building. The post Soft Power: Russian and American University Students Find Common Ground appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.

The EU at 60: Between Globalism and Nationalism

In their quest for power, populist parties prescribe protectionism and the reestablishment of national sovereignty as panacea to all of the EU’s ills. The post The EU at 60: Between Globalism and Nationalism appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.

Outlook for the U.S. Economy is Shaky in the Trump Era

The 1st quarter of the Trump presidency has been disappointing, with the first 3 months of 2017 seeing the weakest Q1 growth in America in 3 years. The post Outlook for the U.S. Economy is Shaky in the Trump Era appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.

With Its Second Aircraft Carrier, China Extends its Global Reach

By expanding its land reclamation activities in the South China Sea and growing the PLA’s global clout, China is reinforcing its influence in the Asia-Pacific. The post With Its Second Aircraft Carrier, China Extends its Global Reach appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.

One Year On From Vietnam’s Worst Environmental Disaster

Marking the first anniversary of the Formosa Plastics spill, protesters in the town of K? Anh blocked the country's main highway the first week of April. The post One Year On From Vietnam’s Worst Environmental Disaster appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.

Venezuela: Tensions High as Showdown Looms

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro continues to crack down on opposition and protests to his increasingly authoritarian government. The post Venezuela: Tensions High as Showdown Looms appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.

May 3rd: World Press Freedom Day

According to the UNESCO, 827 journalists lost their lives while on duty over the last decade, and 8% of these cases remain unresolved. The post May 3rd: World Press Freedom Day appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.

North Korea Offers an Opportunity for U.S.-Russia Collaboration

As the other great power which borders North Korea, Russia offers the U.S. a tricky avenue, but avenue nonetheless, to resolve the DPRK situation peacefully. The post North Korea Offers an Opportunity for U.S.-Russia Collaboration appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.

Britain to Import School Textbooks from Chinese Communist Party Publisher

Britain will import Chinese math textbooks and Chinese teaching methods for schools throughout the country. The decision was lauded in Shanghai as a "delightful" soft-power boost for China. The post Britain to Import School Textbooks from Chinese Communist Party Publisher appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.

Trump’s Foreign Policy Helps Putin’s Reelection Plan

When the Kremlin decided to meddle in the U.S. election in favor of Trump, it nurtured the hope of a reset in bilateral ties with the West. The post Trump’s Foreign Policy Helps Putin’s Reelection Plan appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.

Manila Asserts Claims Over South China Sea Island

After bowing to Beijing’s request to retract his decision to plant a flag on Thitu Island over Philippine Independence Day, the President Rodrigo Duterte has likely angered the Chinese again. The post Manila Asserts Claims Over South China Sea Island appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.

The Fed, Trade, and Dollar Purchasing Power

From 2003 to 2017, the Effective Federal Funds Rate (EFFR) dropped by 36% while gold rose 169%, and dollar purchasing power reflects this low-rate environment. The post The Fed, Trade, and Dollar Purchasing Power appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.

Paul Manafort Advising Chinese Billionaire on U.S. Infrastructure Projects

Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort, under investigation for his Russian ties and money laundering, will advise Chinese billionaire Yan Jiehe on gaining access to lucrative infrastructure projects in the U.S. The post Paul Manafort Advising Chinese Billionaire on U.S. Infrastructure Projects appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.

Former British PM Brown Urges Creation of Education Finance Facility

Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown urged the creation of an international facility that would raise billions of dollars for children’s education in poor and conflict-stricken countries. The post Former British PM Brown Urges Creation of Education Finance Facility appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.

Isolationism and its Consequences for Conflict Prevention

Could Trump’s “America First” isolationism, professed during his electoral campaign, decrease the U.S.’ role in the world, and ultimately its security? The post Isolationism and its Consequences for Conflict Prevention appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.

Why a ‘No’ Win at Referendum is the Best Option for Erdogan

Few analysts have looked at the effects on Erdogan’s future – and that of the Turkish state – if the final votes tip the polls towards the ‘No’ option. The post Why a ‘No’ Win at Referendum is the Best Option for Erdogan appeared first on Foreign Policy Blogs.

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