Cuba: From Threat to Partner?

In 2015, the United States and Cuba reestablished diplomatic relations more than 50 years after they were broken off. As part of the agreement, trade and travel restrictions were eased, prisoners exchanged, and Cuba was removed from the U.S. government’s list of state sponsors of terrorism. Visits by U.S. cruise ships, mail service, and regularly …
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With Washington in Chaos, China Runs the Table in Asia

Editor’s Note: This was originally published by The Interpreter, which is published by the Lowy Institute for International Policy, an independent, nonpartisan think tank based in Sydney. War on the Rocks is proud to be publishing select articles from The Interpreter.   Somewhat obscured the recent outpouring of penny dreadful news from Washington (from the dubious termination of the director of …
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