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Membership would probably place China firmly at the center of regional and global supply chains.

  • Kristen Hopewell
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Canada's Liberals maintain their government, but with no gains.

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He’s also planning to amend the 2014 constitution and enact new electoral laws.

  • Zaid Al-Ali
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The court is skeptical about restrictions on religion and about mandates from 'the administrative state.'

  • Herschel Nachlis, Kyle Thomson, Amy Park and Annika Begley
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As a conservative woman in government, Merkel often 'led from behind' on gender issues.

  • Petra Ahrens, Phillip M. Ayoub and Sabine Lang
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The U.S. has shared this type of technology before — with France, in fact.

  • Debak Das
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The U.S. special envoy resigned to protest the deportations.

  • Niambi M. Carter
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A new U.S. partnership with the U.K. and Australia could fuel risky notions of civilizational conflict.

  • Richard W. Maass
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When everyone loses electricity, who gets it back first?

  • Fernando Tormos-Aponte, Gustavo García-López and Mary Angelica Painter
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It's been a long and harsh road from “three-fifths” to “mulatto” to “multiracial.”

  • Danielle Casarez Lemi and Sara Sadhwani
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Production and distribution systems haven’t kept pace with new threats, a new report finds.

  • Kelly McFarland and Kit Evans
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Our research identified the key factor: very different attitudes about race.

  • Zachary L. Hertz, Lucas B. Pyle and Brian F. Schaffner
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Incomplete audits make wasteful spending more likely.

  • Christian I. Bale
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These tariffs instead resulted in collateral damage to the U.S. economy.

  • Jiakun Jack Zhang and Samantha A. Vortherms
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Four takeaways from the Canadian election.

  • Tyler Kustra
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The lack of accountability for civilian casualties in drone strikes isn’t likely to change

  • Sarah Kreps and Paul Lushenko
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The more prominent a global scorecard is, the more governments want to game it.

  • Judith Kelley
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For the most part, Danes avoided blaming and shaming their fellow citizens.

  • Michael Bang Petersen and Alexander Bor
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Is it fair to be unfair, as long as you’re open about it?

  • Robyn Caplan and Tarleton Gillespie
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France isn't happy about being sidelined by the new U.S. alliance for Indo-Pacific security.

  • Sophie Meunier
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