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Richard Haass

Summing Up the Biden-Xi Summit

Summits are by definition occasions of high politics and drama, so it comes as little

The New World Disorder

There is an old Soviet joke in which a journalist asks the General Secretary of

Why the War Will Continue

In the year since Russia launched its full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the war has evolved

As the World Burns

It is often said that no one wins a war, just that some lose less

Is Diplomacy Between Russia and the West Still Possible?

Amid more than two months of intense media focus on the war in Ukraine, one

A World of Mounting Disarray

My book, A World in Disarray, was published five years ago this month. The book’s thesis was

Iran’s Nuclear Choices and Ours

Negotiations between Iran and the United States on Iran’s nuclear activities are set to resume

America’s Withdrawal of Choice

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has fled the country. His government has collapsed as Taliban fighters

Taming the New Wild West

During the Cold War, summit meetings between the United States and the Soviet Union were

Criticizing the Pandemic

It has now been a year and a half since we started living with –

Whither US Foreign Policy?

Joe Biden has been president of the United States for just a few weeks, but

Police advise travelers to check road conditions amid monsoon rains

KATHMANDU: Nepal Police has advised the public to embark on

Nepali Congress seeks resignation of Bagmati Chief Minister

KATHMANDU: Nepali Congress has demanded the resignation of Bagmati Province

Samsung becomes first tech giant to launch a smart ring

Samsung is hoping to lure fitness and health-tracking technology lovers

Gold price rises by Rs 800 per tola

KATHMANDU: The price of gold increased by Rs 800 per

No shortage of chemical fertilizers in Madhesh this year

BIRGUNJ: Madhesh Province, which often faces a shortage of chemical