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In Iran, it's Trump's America that looks like a rogue state. Dean Vali Nasr quoted in Bloomberg, 5/1

Can Washington rethink Iran? Rethinking Iran initiative and Assistant Professor of Middle East Studies Narges Bajoghli highlighted in The Washington Post, 4/30

Is China the world’s loan sharkBernard L. Schwartz Professor of Political Economy and Director of the China Africa Research Initiative Deborah Brautigam wrote in The New York Times, 4/26

Discussion on China's trade conflicts and financial systems. Peter G. Peterson Distinguished Scholar at the Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs John and Foreign Policy Institute Senior Fellow John Lipsky presented lecture on C-SPAN, 4/24

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