Beyond the Turkish Coup

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Aug. 5, 2016 Turkey has three options for its national strategy moving forward.

Iran’s Delicate Stability

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Aug. 4, 2016 Though on opposing sides, the pragmatists and ideologues need each other.

Why Mexico Belongs in North America

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Aug. 3, 2016 Its geopolitical reality is not consistent with its categorization as a Latin American country.

Troubling Signs out of Germany and Saudi Arabia

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Aug. 2, 2016 Deutsche Bank and the Saudi central bank released unnerving statements yesterday.

A Purge Is a Purge Is a Purge

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Aug. 1, 2016 Four major global powers are in the midst of different types of purges.

The Coup and Turkey as a Great Power

Aug. 1, 2016 Instability does not prevent a country from becoming powerful.

Germany’s Dilemma Over EU Fiscal Rules

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July 29, 2016 Berlin is trying to enforce the bloc’s rules while also maintaining cohesion between its members.

Not Much Is New in This Election

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July 28, 2016 The impression that this election cycle is unique is a common feature in American politics.

A Chinese Port in the US Storm

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July 27, 2016 Leaders of the two countries have recently overlooked some disagreements to emphasize their common interests.

The Problem with Fighting Islamist Terrorism

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July 26, 2016 Radical Islamism is a movement, not an organization, which makes it much harder to defeat.

China’s Problems Are Bigger than Its Leadership Struggle

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July 25, 2016 The Communist Party is trying to ensure it can hold the country together.

Why Warnings Over Brexit Were Wrong

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July 22, 2016 Short-term outlooks produce misconceptions.