Noteby Jacob Funk Kirkegaard | September 23, 2014 The 55 percent majority that rejected Scottish independence was perhaps not so lopsided as to banish all Scottish nationalist dreams of another vote someday. But it was more decisive than many opinion polls had predicted. At least 10 lessons can be drawn from the process. ...
Reportby Jason Bordoff, Trevor Houser, and Shashank Mohan | September 22, 2014 Rhodium Group and The Center on Global Energy Policy examine the impact of US LNG exports on European security and Russian foreign policy.
Articleby Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | September 18, 2014 Scotch succession seems particularly peculiar to most outsiders because the supposed grievances of the Scottish nationalists are so, on examination, meager. Scotland is per capita as wealthy as England. Its people are so well integrated that Britain has had a series of prime ministers who ...
Articleby Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | September 5, 2014 Many Indians ask me how India can avoid a bloody nose if it cozies up to Japan. Some were surprised when Prime Minister Narendra Modi denounced some unnamed Asian country’s “expansionist” ways and said the continent could not have “18th century” ways of behaviour. “How ...
Noteby Jacob Funk Kirkegaard | September 4, 2014 Recent polls suggest that support for Scottish independence is growing, and the once comfortable lead by opponents has diminished with the approach of the September 18 referendum. The pro–Great Britain supporters lead only 48 to 42 percent, with 10 percent undecided. Suddenly, a victory for the ...
Articleby Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | August 29, 2014 The decision of Egypt and the United Arab Emirates to carry out airstrikes against Sunni militant groups in Libya on their own, without informing the United States or anyone else, is final confirmation that West Asia is now being driven by a whole host of ...
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