Questions to Consider as NATO Responds to Migrant Crisis

Questions to Consider as NATO Responds to Migrant Crisis

NATO and the Migrant Crisis

NATO's decision is an important response to a refugee crisis that has enormous implications for Europe, writes the Atlantic Council's Capt. Steven Horrell.


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The Libyan Connection to Europe's Migrant Crisis

The Libyan Connection to Europe's Migrant Crisis

Libya: The Weakest Link?

As NATO deploys ships to the Aegean Sea, to Europe's south, Libya remains a significant source of migrants heading to the West.


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Post-Sanctions Economic Opportunities and Risks in Iran

Post-Sanctions Economic Opportunities and Risks in Iran

Post-Sanctions Iran

Robert D. Hormats outlines the deeper economic challenges that may remain in a post-sanctions Iran and the optimism regarding the country's economic health.


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Inside the Sieges

Inside the Sieges

Hof on Madaya

Resident Senior Fellow, Frederic C. Hof discusses the latest International Independent Commission of Inquiry report on the besieged town of Madaya.


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Does ASEAN Really Matter?

Does ASEAN Really Matter?

Sunnylands Summit

As President Obama prepares to host Asian leaders, the Atlantic Council’s Robert A. Manning asks: Does the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) really matter?


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