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To tackle threats like omicron, we need to know how well different countries are prepared for pandemics.

  • Alexander Kentikelenis and Leonard Seabrooke
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The sixth in Afrobarometer’s special democracy summit series on Africa.

  • Carolyn Logan and Brian Howard
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Yes, Biden praises bipartisanship. But reappointing Powell also offers the White House some advantages.

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My research examines why women of color reach the ballot less often than men of color, White women and White men.

  • Christian Dyogi Phillips
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The global anti-airport movement has been growing for 20 years. Here’s what’s behind it.

  • Eraldo Souza dos Santos
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The U.S., China and India have also tested anti-satellite weapons.

  • James J. Cameron
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Mostly Democrats voted to censure him for tweeting an animated video of an attack on Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Republicans promise payback.

  • Michele L. Swers
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Countries like Belarus are counting on E.U. governments to see refugees as a security threat.

  • Sigrid Lupieri
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The international reaction to a coup attempt may matter more than you think.

  • Jonathan Powell and Salah Ben Hammou
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Will Kyle Rittenhouse’s acquittal discourage Americans from protesting?

  • Alexandra Filindra
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New parties do well by taking aim at corruption, then struggle to actually govern.

  • Kevin Deegan-Krause, Tim Haughton and Emilia Zankina
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Why is Boris Johnson threatening to scrap the agreement that he negotiated?

  • Dermot Hodson
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But most critics are missing the biggest concern.

  • Dov H. Levin
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The fifth in Afrobarometer’s special democracy summit series on Africa.

  • Christiaan Keulder and Robert Mattes
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Not just Bolsonaro but state governors too affected the virus's spread.

  • Claire Dunn and Isabel Laterzo
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Tightly closed borders and sanctions against the government are adding to people's suffering.

  • Andrew Yeo
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Abdelilah Benkirane had mastered the art of blaming the king for his government's failures.

  • Patrick S. Snyder
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No prominent candidates appear to have support across Libya’s regional and political divides.

  • Wolfram Lacher and Emadeddin Badi
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The parties are deeply divided among themselves, aligning in unusual ways.

  • Jen Spindel and Robert Ralston
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An uptick in inflation.

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