GABI MITCHELL, JERUSALEM It’s Groundhog Day in Israel. I doubt many Israelis have seen the 1990s classic Groundhog Day.
VIVEK Y. KELKAR AND CLAIRE BERLINSKI The US sought to halt Iran’s nuclear program, weaken its economy, isolate it politically, and retain its influence over the Middle East. But Iran’s centrifuges are still spinning—and now the US has brought itself to the edge of the cliff.
VIVEK Y. KELKAR, MUMBAI China’s domination of the world’s supply chains lets it call the shots—and the launch of the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework isn’t going to change that.
VIVEK Y. KELKAR, MUMBAI Something’s cooking in Asia and the Indo-Pacific. Central to any new geopolitical calculus in the region is India, whose strengths and weaknesses have never been in sharper focus.
VIVEK Y. KELKAR, MUMBAI The last thing the world needs is a fierce new multinational battlefront on the borderlands of South and Central Asia. But it’s getting one anyway.