Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Commentaries, Analysis, And Editorials -- December 30, 2014

Commentaries, Analysis, And Editorials -- December 30, 2014

As AirAsia debris found, Indonesia learns from Malaysia mistakes -- Jeffrey Hutton, CSM

Who Will Get AsiaAir 8501’s Black Boxes? -- Clive Irving, Daily Beast

Iran Is Getting Away With Murder -- Jeffrey Goldberg, The Atlantic

An opening in Afghanistan: Kabul’s deal with Pakistan -- Amir Taheri, New York Post

FBI Fixated on North Korea for Sony Hack Despite New Evidence -- Shane Harris, Daily Beast

China’s economic vulnerabilities -- Peter Drysdale, East Asia Forum

Ebola Leaves West African Economies Ailing Heading Into 2015 -- Patrick McGroarty and Drew Hinshaw, WSJ

Falling Oil Prices and the Consequences for Sub-Saharan Africa -- Amadou Sy, Brookings

Putin goes medieval on the Russian opposition -- Leonid Bershidsky, Chicago Tribune/Bloomberg News

After 15 years in power, Putin risks running out of luck -- Timothy Heritage, Reuters

Cheap oil: when bad things happen to bad people -- Paul Sheehan, Sydney Morning Herald columnist

Trouble ahead? Europe winces as Greece fails to find a president. -- Sara Miller Llana, CSM

What to expect from Greece’s January 25 snap elections -- Kevin Lees, Suffragio

Rethinking European Security -- Charles Doran & Jakub Grygiel, National Interest

Barack Obama Had a Really Terrible Year -- James Oliphant, National Journal

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