Donald Trump has won the election. What now?
The Diplomacist’s Global Podcast is back for a second issue, bringing you discussion and analysis of the most pressing issues of international affairs facing the world this week.
The Diplomacist’s own Benson Cook hosts the inaugural edition of the Global Podcast through a discussion of some of the most pressing issues facing the world today
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America’s record of engagement in Central Asia has been extensive during its post-9/11 era of adventurism. Yet with the continuing withdrawal from Afghanistan and its more recent commitment to an Asia-orientated foreign strategy, the U.S. is on track to dramatically decrease its investment in the region.
The former U.S. ambassador to Russia provides his take on the history and trajectory of U.S.-Russia relations.
Although full U.S. combat operations officially ended in Afghanistan in 2014, the fight against extremism rages on.
Despite contrary claims from the US government, the actions of Kurdish Peshmerga in the conflict against ISIS suggest anything but a partnership of reliability and stability.
President Vladimir Putin of Russia is as polarizing as he is provocative. According to Tyler Bowen, Putin is merely the leader of a small revisionist power struggling to expand against a strong alliance.