Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Commentaries, Analysis, And Editorials -- September 10, 2019

Patrick Wintour, The Guardian: How will John Bolton's dismissal affect US foreign policy?

Trump’s anti-interventionist instincts likely to come to the fore in flashpoint countries

Donald Trump’s abrupt dismissal of John Bolton, his national security adviser, may reflect the near breakdown in personal relations between the two men, as well as Bolton’s rivalry with the secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, but it will also have implications for US foreign policy in a range of flashpoints.

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Commentaries, Analysis, And Editorials -- September 10, 2019

Will Bolton’s Ouster Lead to Changes In Trump Foreign Policy? -- Hunter DeRensis and Matthew Petti, National Interest

US: Who is John Bolton? -- Al Jazeera

What Really Prompted Trump to Call Off Afghan Peace Talks -- Uri Friedman and Kathy Gilsinan, The Atlantic

Trade war horror show grips China and the US -- Gordon Watts, Asia Times

Amid US-China trade war, a new source of tension emerges: Iranian oil -- Neal Kimberley, SCMP

Five things to know about the Israeli general election -- Arwa Ibrahim, Al Jazeera

Middle East’s Armenians in retreat -- Neil Hauer, Asia Times

Manus Island refugee processing is coming to an end — but what happens now? -- Natalie Whiting, ABC News Online

Boris Johnson lost Parliament but he could win a UK election -- Gregory Katz, AP

Brexit at an impasse: What comes next? -- France 24

The US can play China against Russia -- Janusz Bugajski, The Hill

Looks like CNN has botched another major Russia 'scoop' -- Becket Adams, Washington Examiner

Who Lost Argentina, Again? -- Mohamed A. El-Erian, Project Syndicate

It's Time to Escalate Against Nicaragua's Ortega -- Ryan Berg, RCW

The New US Strategy to Remove Maduro in Venezuela -- Allison Fedirka, Geopolitical Futures

Get Ready for the Venezuela Refugee Crisis -- Juan Carlos Pinzón Bueno and Michael O'Hanlon, National Interest

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