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Communism’s effects didn’t end in 1989.

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Iraq’s post-2003 chaos is actually to blame, not Saddam Hussein.

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Why the U.S. government is cracking down on Chinese tech firms.

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Matt Bevin comes up short in Kentucky.

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How did Russia, populism, and 'illiberal democracy' creep back in?

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Republicans have been divided on foreign policy ever since the Cold War ended.

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State governments' directions are harder to turn than you might think, my research finds.

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Here’s what our research found.

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