U.S. Government

  • Interview | AirTalk with Larry Mantle, Southern California Public Radio

    May 13, 2015, Mireya Solís

  • In the News

    [Prime Minister] Abe's use of the word "repentance" – instead of the more common term "remorse" – was significant [in his speech to Congress]. I don't recall that word being used in the past. To me, repentance implies that you see your actions as something that is wrong and that you want to distance yourself from it. [Prime Minister] Abe appeared to have gone further than he did in an address to the Australian parliament last year, where offered "sincere condolences," not an apology.

    April 29, 2015, Mireya Solís, The Telegraph
  • In the News

    There are a number of things that all need to fall into place in a really tight timeline [in order for the Trans-Pacific Partnership to get done].

    April 28, 2015, Mireya Solís, Foreign Policy
  • In the News

    The fact that [President Obama and Prime Minister Abe] couldn’t bring [the Trans-Pacific Partnership] together for the prime minister’s visit, I think it’s a missed opportunity.

    April 28, 2015, Mireya Solís, Politico
  • In the News

    Historically we know that trade negotiations and campaigns do not mix well. We know that it is a very divisive issue for Democrats.

    April 25, 2015, Mireya Solís, The Sydney Morning Herald
  • Media Roundtable

    What can we expect from the Seventh Summit of the Americas?

    April 3, 2015, Richard Feinberg, Ted Piccone and Harold Trinkunas

  • In the News

    Failure to sign the [Trans-Pacific Partnership] would demonstrate that the United States and Japan cannot move past friction to work in areas such as internationalization of financial services, protection of intellectual property and governance of the Internet economy that are central to the 21st century economy.

    March 16, 2015, Mireya Solís, Japan Times Online
  • In the News

    A national security threat from Venezuela is required for Obama to impose the sanctions. This language is derived from the International Emergency Economic Powers Act. Without using those specific statements, President Obama cannot use this Act.

    March 12, 2015, Harold Trinkunas, Anadolu Agency
  • Interview | The American Interest

    February 9, 2015, Steven Pifer

  • Interview | PBS NewsHour

    February 5, 2015, Steven Pifer

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