20 Years on from Rwanda, Can We Resuscitate R2P? April 17, 2014
EventsU.S. Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review (2014-2018) Challenges and Opportunities April 17, 2014 / Washington, D.C.
The United States is developing its second Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review (QDDR) — a broad assessment of the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Agency for International Development and their effectiveness in furthering the country’s foreign policy objectives.
In a keynote address, S. Frederick Starr explains how the events in Crimea are representative of a larger Russian tactic of seeking out geopolitical vacuums and promoting them, only to be the actor that then fills that void. He characterizes this strategy as "filling vacuums", and claimed the West, and the United States in particular, should be prepared to fill these vacuums if they are serious of halting further progress of Russia's revanchist designsChina’s Efforts to Reduce Air Pollution March 14, 2014
Biz Asia America's Philip Yin is joined by Paul Bledsoe, President of Bledsoe & Associates to discuss how successful are China's efforts to shut down factories to reduce air pollution.
Georgian Foreign Minister on New Government’s Foreign Policy Course
December 03, 2012
Georgian Foreign Minister Ms. Maia Panjikidze talked to Ivan Vejvoda, Vice President for Programs at the German Marshall Fund, about the future course of Georgian Foreign Policy and raised criticism of arrests in Georgia.