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That will alert far more ordinary citizens to concerns about voter suppression.

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Controlling the world’s reserve currency gives the U.S. government a powerful lever to police geopolitical behavior.

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Increasingly, partisans back "their" candidate. For everyone else, too many scandals make it hard to focus on any one.

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My research finds several different factors that influence labor and management decisions.

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Afrobarometer surveys reveal concerns about covid-related corruption, equitable assistance and power grabs by politicians.

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Here’s the history behind why U.S. law classifies people from the Middle East as White.

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Here's how American forms, policies, and regulations push citizens to think about gender in culturally specific ways.

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Trying to protect democracy from anti-democratic parties can give anti-democratic governments cover if they use the same tactics.

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New parties that campaigned against corruption did unexpectedly well, leaving Prime Minister Boyko Borissov with no clear path to form a governing coalition.

  • Emilia Zankina, Yuxiang Lin and Tim Haughton
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Over the next 100 days, the government will actively remind citizens of the ethnic divisions that left hundreds of thousands dead.

  • Gretchen Baldwin
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Businesses have declared 'all-out war' on the Biden tax agenda.

  • Todd N. Tucker
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Struggling households throughout Yemen access food and services in surprising ways, our research finds.

  • David Wood, R. Joseph Huddleston and Harshana Ghoorhoo
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Criticizing the king is considered an act of terrorism.

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Here’s what we know about what happens when armed militant groups collaborate.

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Past U.S. administrations supported the court’s work — when it aligned with U.S. interests.

  • Kyle Rapp and Kelebogile Zvobgo
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President Maia Sandu has had a rocky first 100 days in office.

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Stuck container ship Ever Given is freed from the Suez Canal.

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A new survey measures economic stress and religiosity levels in five countries.

  • A.Kadir Yildirim, Tarek Masoud and Peter Mandaville
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The research shows Chinese companies hire large numbers of local employees.

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Beijing has long capitalized on foreign pressure on human rights.

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