Wednesday, July 1, 2015


Greek turmoil; a different take on Iran; Tunisian terrorism; U.S.-Brazil relations; Central America; global economy; cyber warfare. 



A Greek Tragedy - It's Not (Just) About the Money

Brookings, June 29, 2015


"Europe's Attack on Greek Democracy," Joseph E. Stiglitz - Project Syndicate, June 29, 2015


"The Moral Crusade Against Greece Must be Opposed," Zoe Williams - The Guardian, June 28, 2015


"How Greece Became a Lesson in the Perils of No Rules," Daniel Altman - Foreign Policy, June 29, 2015

"The End of Democratic Europe," Patr?cia Vieira and Michael Marder - The European, June 29, 2015


Iran Nuclear Deal - A Fresh Perspective

" The Payoff for Iran," Ray Takeyh -  The Washington Post , June 28, 2015

"The War That Haunts Iran's Negotiators," Robin Wright - The New Yorker, June 28, 2015


"The Iran I Saw," Christopher Schroeder - Politico Magazine, June 28, 2015


Tunisia Confronts Terrorism (Again)

"Look What Freedom has Brought Us: Terrorism on the Beach," Alice Su - The Atlantic, June 29, 2015


Dilma Visits D.C.

" Does Dilma's Visit Even Matter?" Carl Meacham and Hussein Kalout -  Center for Strategic and International Studies , June 29, 2015

"Moving Beyond Dispensable: Strengthening U.S.-Brazil Relations," Harold Trinkunas - Brookings, June 26, 2015


Progress in Central America?

" Are We Witnessing a Central American Spring?" Louisa Reynolds - Foreign Policy , June 26, 2015

Economic Boom in Our Own Backyard?

" North America: The Next Great Emerging Market?" David Petraeus and Paras D. Bhayani -  Foreign Policy , June 25, 2015

Cyber Warfare

" Why Cyber War is Dangerous for Democracies," Mois?s Naim -  The Atlantic , June 25, 2015




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