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The flight of Blue Origin.

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Yes, the speaker can do that.

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Syrian activists have built humanitarian aid groups and a nascent civil society in rebel-held areas — which puts them in danger if the Syrian government retakes that territory.

  • Rana B. Khoury
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The current crisis could push Haitians to seek a more democratic society.

  • Robert Fatton
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Afrobarometer surveys reveal the challenges facing one of the continent’s leading democracies.

  • Carolyn Logan and Sibusiso Nkomo
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A compelling new book details the story of Nigeria’s kidnapped Chibok girls

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It's all about hierarchy and its absence.

  • L. Felipe Mantilla
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It’s not just politicians who are worried about the FDA's decision to approve a new Alzheimer’s drug.

  • Daniel Carpenter
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An increasing number of clients and providers in the private security market are dodging the rules

  • Deborah Avant
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New research identifies specific areas of concern, as covid-19 aggravates the impact of conflicts

  • Mayesha Alam, Adam Lichtenheld and Ryan Sheely
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Demands for stable electricity supply — amid temperatures in excess of 120 degrees F — also raise the stakes in this fall’s election.

  • Renad Mansour
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The political stakes are high, as Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga must face voters in a general election this fall.

  • Phillip Y. Lipscy and Daniel M. Smith
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Stories of coup fears among key officials in the waning days of the Trump administration emerge.

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History suggests that the walkout could succeed, but Texas Democrats may suffer some significant political pain.

  • Matthew N. Green
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Poland and the European Union are on a collision course over whether Poland has to comply with E.U. law, as interpreted by the bloc's highest court.

  • Anna Grzymala-Busse
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Join us in reading some of the latest fascinating books on African politics.

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We found a sharp and persistent drop In Twitter users identifying as Republicans.

  • Gregory Eady, Frederik Hjorth and Peter Thisted Dinesen
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Talks this week center on eliminating fisheries subsidies, a tricky goal.

  • Kristen Hopewell
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Voters in this week’s snap elections were more concerned about graft than geopolitics.

  • Marius Ghincea and Vlad Iaviță
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Research finds that including women in peacemaking leads to more stable agreements. Expanding that to include LGBTQ people can improve results even more.

  • Jamie J. Hagen
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