As UN Sec Gen candidate hearings kick off it is for the first time we see such public hearing with the candidates. How (un)important is it in your opinion? Could public hearings have a profound impact on selection? Read few comments.
We are going now and trying to get some business done, said Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes re Cuba’s visit of President Barack Obama. Would you say time is right or not for President Obama to visit Cuba and if the White House is trying to get some business done what should be Obama’s focus? Read few comments
It seems there is a strong movement towards having a woman as the next UN Secretary General. What do you think about this idea, and in general what should be the characteristics of any good UN Secretary General? Read few comments.
Foreign policy is usually not the topic which would be super prominent in the US presidential election, though candidates need to show they have some foreign policy credentials. But looking at the crowd of candidates in the US presidential election do you see any trends and which trends that may probably influence the future of American foreign policy almost irrespectively of who will be the next US President? Read few comments.
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It is hardly a coincidence that Iran-US prisoner swap was announced by Tehran on the Implementation Day of JCPOA. In light of this how do you read the US-Iran relations, what both sides are hoping to gain? Read few comments.
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