September 2015

Strong At Home Means Strong Away: Papua New Guinea, Peter O’Neill and Foreign Policy

Sean Jacobs
Contributing Writer
September 20, 2015

Prime Minister Peter O’Neill’s domestic reforms have strengthened Papua New Guinea both at home and abroad.

How Europe Should Integrate on Immigration

By Tyler West
Contributing Writer
September 9, 2015

Simple changes to EU immigration policy would alleviate Europe’s migrant crisis.

State-Sponsored Terrorism: A Non-Solution for India’s Relationship with Pakistan

By Hari Prasad
Contributing Writer
12 September 2015

Though India currently has limited options for improving its relationship with Pakistan – as it continues to suffer from the latter’s support of terror – its policy makers must look beyond growing rhetorical support for a campaign of India-supported terror and consider alternative avenues for change.

Intelligence-Driven Encryption Backdoors Undermine U.S. Security

By Collin Hunt
Contributing Writer
September 8, 2015

Intelligence Community insistence on assured access to protected communications risks complicating U.S. counterterrorism efforts and harming American businesses.

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