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Boris Johnson is looking to old U.K. colonies for trade deals, but his government can’t compete with China and won’t get far until it abandons its neocolonial attitudes.
Biden was expected to revive the nuclear deal quickly—but as pro-Iran militias attack U.S. forces in Iraq and Washington strikes back in Syria, direct talks aren’t on the horizon.
The truce along the Line of Control won’t bring peace, but it does offer new opportunities for cooperation.
To counter China in the region, the United States should fight corruption and abuses while increasing investment and security cooperation.
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Jonathan Schanzer is the senior vice president for research at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies.