FPI BULLETIN
FPI's Tzvi Kahn analyzes the growing ties between China and Iran.

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HEARING WRAP-UP
In a House hearing, key Iran experts analyze the prospective nuclear agreement with Iran.

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FPI Resources
FPI suggests key analyses of the Iran nuclear negotiations and their strategic implications.

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FPI BULLETIN
FPI's Evan Moore: US military plays a vital role in deterring aggressors and maintaining peace in the Pacific

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Overnight Brief

April 27, 2015

New amendments imperil Iran measure in Congress

Josh Rogin: President Bush bashes Obama on the Mideast

Assad’s hold on power looks shaky as Syrian rebels advance

Obama kept looser rules for drones in Pakistan (WSJ sub)

Drone strikes take toll on al-Qaeda’s leadership in Pakistan

Abrams: Sissi is no Pinochet, Diehl: Fulfilling the Arab Spring

FPI’s Bork on China, Kirchick on Russia, and Markle on food aid

Michael Auslin: Where does Obama stand on Japan (WSJ sub)

ASEAN stops short of harder line on China (WSJ sub)

Eaglen and McGrath on the X-47B

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William Kristol | April 24, 2015

As always, Winston Churchill said it best. Here he is on March 24, 1938, speaking less than two weeks after the Anschluss, the Nazi annexation of Austria:

"For five years I have talked to the House on these matters—not with very great success. I have watched this famous island descending incontinently, fecklessly, the stairway which leads to a dark gulf.

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Ellen Bork | April 23, 2015

Growing up blind and poor in rural China, Chen Guangcheng had few prospects. Yet before he turned 40, Chen was one of China’s most famous human rights activists, known around the world after he became the subject of a dramatic standoff between the American and Chinese governments.

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Ellen Bork | April 22, 2015

At last, some good news has emerged from Russia. Despite escalating political repression, war in Ukraine, and the February 27th murder of Boris Nemtsov, the democratic opposition has united on a joint platform to contest regional elections in 2015 and national parliamentary polls in 2016. The coalition includes Nemtsov’s party, RPR-Parnas, co-chaired by Mikhail Kasyanov, Alexei Navalny’s Party of Progress, and four other parties. Open Russia, a civic organization headed by the exiled former businessman and political prisoner Mikhail Khodorkovsky, has endorsed the grouping.

 

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