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Iran and Israel: Already at War in Cyberspace?

Seth J. Frantzman An Iranian cyber-attack on Israeli water infrastructure provoked a response from Jerusalem in May. Is this the start of something far more troubling? An Iranian cyber-attack on Israeli water infrastructure provoked a response from Jerusalem in May. Pro-Iranian groups then hacked Israeli websites on May …

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How the Battle Over Energy Will Reshape Eurasia Relationships

The conflict between Turkey and the anti-Turkey bloc is hurting everyone’s energy interests, making an investment in the region costlier for energy companies. Without compromises on all sides, everyone stands to lose. One of the key driving forces behind Turkey’s Libya policy is its desire to redraw the …

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The Coronavirus and the US-Russia-China Triangle

How might the coronavarius reshape relations between America, Russia and China? Four leading experts discuss the possible answers. How might the coronavirus pandemic alter the triangular relationship between the United States, China, and Russia? Russia has been among China’s most vocal defenders as the United States and others …

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Cyberwar between the United States and China

Giancarlo Elia Valori How is the new “Cold War 2.0”, which currently characterizes the ever less collaborative relations between the United States and China, developing? Some data may be interesting in this regard. On March 3, 2020 the Chinese cybersecurity company Qihoo 360 accused CIA of having hacked …

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Will Israel’s Annexation Aspirations Overpower the Call for Negotiations?

Israel has the guns, the power, and the land. It is on the side of the conflict where rethinking is most necessary if there is to be any hope of peace and a resolution. The new Israeli government led by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will probably formally annex …

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Political Poison: How the Coronavirus Pandemic Could Poison the U.S.-China Relationship

The year 2021 could dawn with a robust, ideologically-charged anti-China narrative driving U.S. foreign policy. Over the past two months, rhetoric on China has become noticeably more strident in the United States. Terms like “China virus,” “soft on China,” “weak on China,” and “rolled over on China” saturate …

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