By Thomas Lynch
To those planning on watching tonight’s state of the union address, here are a few pieces of EWI analysis that touch on a number of the foreign policy issues likely to arise tonight:
EWI senior associates Jacqueline McLaren Miller and Piin-Fen Kok look at major issues of contention and cooperation in the years ahead.
Jackie Miller waves goodbye to the reset, assessing the recent troubles in this relationship, including the Magnitsky bill, the adoption ban and Russia’s crackdown on foreign NGOs .
Weapons of Mass destruction
Our Davis Fellow for WMD Kevin Ching takes a look at the Obama administration’s new goals for arms reductions.
On the lighter side, The Washington Post reports on the somewhat absurd lengths members of congress will go for a few fleeting seconds with the president.
And be sure to follow EWI on Twitter (@EWInstitute) for live updates during the address.
Thomas Lynch is a Communications Assistant at the EastWest Institute