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Bill Reinsch Interviewed on Executive Orders for North Korea Sanctions

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Johanna Mendelson Forman Op-Ed on Gastro-Diplomacy

Two years ago, the world came close to ending the hamburger wars. Burger King, of Whopper fame, offered a truce to rival McDonalds’ Big Mac by suggesting that the fast food giants create a McWhopper to celebrate and raise funds for the International Day of Peace, September 21.

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Richard Ponzio Quoted On President Trump UN Speech

President Donald Trump’s speech at the United Nations has drawn predictable mixed reactions. The North Korean delegation walked out as he began, leaving only a junior diplomat present.

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Alan Romberg Quoted on Taiwan and the United Nations

Taiwan has its own military, currency and immigration controls. Despite these hallmarks of nationhood, the island of 23 million people cannot join the United Nations or observe the events of U.N. organizations.

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Cindy Vestergaard quoted on affect Nuclear War will have on Australia

The threat of nuclear activity is more real than it has been for decades.

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Aditi Gorur Op-Ed on America's Role to Avert Genocide in Central African Republic

Today President Faustin-Archange Touadera of the Central African Republic (CAR) will

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Yun Sun Quoted on the Rohingya crisis and the United Nations General Assembly

"The annual talk shop of world leaders at the U.N. General Assembly in New York began on Monday. Dozens of heads of government and state have descended on the city to engage in a flurry of meetings and deliver 20-minute addresses from the assembly chamber's green-marble dais.

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Ellen Laipson Op-Ed on Risk of CIA Expanding Drone Strike Authority

In the war against terrorism, U.S. diplomacy, defense and intelligence all work together, in what can be an impressive integration of capabilities across the national security enterprise.

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Rachel Stohl quoted on President's Trumps first address at the United Nations General Assembly

"The polished and protocol-obsessed diplomats of the United Nations hardly knew what to expect when President Trump arrived at their citadel along the East River on Monday for the first time since taking office. But this was not it. Instead of a tiger, they got a tabby. Mr.

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Michael Krepon Op-Ed on North Korea

Alas, the Bard from the Jersey shore underestimated the impulse after 9/11 to seek safety through punishment. A little revenge in Afghanistan wasn’t satisfying or meaningful enough. Then there was the viper in Iraq to dispense with.

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