May 21, 2015, Michael E. O'Hanlon
Michael O'Hanlon writes that while Obama's presidency will not go down as a watershed in American foreign policy, he has been judicious in crises—particularly with respect to Russia, China, and Iran.
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In 2014, Russian President Vladimir Putin seized Crimea, fomenting conflict in eastern Ukraine. In the latest Brookings Essay, Chrystia Freeland details Ukraine’s efforts to maintain its sovereignty.
Shivshankar Menon named distinguished fellow in Foreign Policy at Brookings
Shivshankar Menon, former national security adviser to India’s prime minister, has joined the Brookings Institution as a distinguished fellow.
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