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Japan's prime minister speaks openly about the mistakes he made in his first term, Abenomics, Japan's wartime record (and his own controversial statements on that history), and the bitter Senkaku/Diaoyu Island dispute with China.
China's new ambassador to the United States (and a rising star in Beijing) sets out his vision for U.S.-Chinese relations, discusses whether China is a revisionist power, and how it plans to deal with cyber security -- and Japan.
Poland's minister of foreign affairs speaks with Foreign Affairs about his country's history, its future, and its place in Europe.
The former Afghanistan and special forces commander talks frankly about his accomplishments, his mistakes, his lessons learned, and the future of the new American way of war he helped create.
Somewhat overshadowed by his longtime ally, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkish President Abdullah Gul has begun to carve out a more independent, progressive path.
A onetime high-ranking Syrian Army officer on the state of the revolt in Syria.
As part of Foreign Affairs' The Iran Debate: To Strike or Not to Strike, Georgetown Professor Colin H. Kahl took questions submitted to the conversation from Twitter.
Once considered a scourge just on the affluent West, as the developing world grows wealthier and more sedentary, NCDs now loom as a serious public health concern in emerging markets as well. A conversation with UN official Ala Alwan.
Jonah Blank answers questions about the U.S. war in Afghanistan.
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