Monthly Archives: March 2018

  • Analysis

Could civil war return in Afghanistan?

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China does not want to be sidelined as North Korea's nuclear diplomacy ramps up.

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African leaders face a few challenges to launch the AfCFTA within 18 months.

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A trade war could leave China more determined to expand other economic partnerships.

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The protests at the local level highlight weak spots in Putin’s recentralized regime.

  • Christopher Jarmas
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  • Russia
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  • Mar 29
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  • Analysis

And that problem could lead to war.

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This was a different crowd than we've been seeing at protests since the inauguration.

  • Analysis

Two parties won big — and they offer very different prescriptions to solve very different problems.

  • Massimo Anelli, Italo Colantone, Massimo Pulejo and Piero Stanig
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  • Elections, Italy
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  • Mar 28
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  • Analysis

Today's autocrats are less willing to send their forces into harm’s way.

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It's time to examine these two myths about "unit cohesion."

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