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The Break-Up?

John Feffer Foreign Policy in Focus
Are the United States and Israel heading toward a divorce?

Ukraine, Israel and the Two Joe Bidens

Matthew Duss The New Republic
In Ukraine, Biden has spent two years articulating a stirring argument for a rules-based order. In Israel, he set about burning that argument to the ground. Is a morally consistent foreign policy possible?

Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel Sits Down With the Nation

D.D. Guttenplan and Katrina Vanden Heuvel The Nation
For the first time in history, the president of Cuba sits down with a US outlet to share his thoughts on the future of Cuban socialism, the US blockade, and the economic difficulties facing the island nation.

The Enduring Limits of American Power

John Feffer Foreign Policy in Focus
The decline of U.S influence should not feed the narrative that anarchy has been loosed upon the world. The choice is not between a U.S.-led world and a Joker-led world.

Niger Revolution Takes Bonapartist Turn

M. K. Bhadrakumar Indian Punchline
The 4-week old turmoil in the West African state of Niger is taking a curious turn that no longer allows a binary vision of “neo-colonialism and imperialism” versus “national liberation”.
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