While Afghanistan’s neighbors are quick to be gleeful in view of the Kabul withdrawal and the public relations disaster with U.S. allies, the leaders in this region know full well that the Taliban presents a potential problem.
During the past 18 months, we’ve found ourselves adjusting to an ever-changing world. We’ve never been more reliant on, and comforted by, leaders who exude trust in extreme situations.
The quake in Haiti has blocked roads and wrecked infrastructure, making it difficult for vital supplies to get to where they are most needed.
I am reaching out to share some thoughts regarding the withdrawal of U.S. troops and the events happening in Afghanistan, as well as the upcoming 20th anniversary of September 11.
By Ilan Fuchs, Ph.D.Faculty Member, Legal Studies A few months ago, I wrote an article on the dire economic situation…
The bottom line is: What will happen in the future with China? It seems the ball is in the American court.
Does the fall of Kabul compare to the fall of Saigon with the desperate attempts of so many South Vietnamese to board evacuation flights?
It is not often that a foreign crisis can provide important crisis management lessons for business leaders.