Monthly Archives: August 2018

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It's time for a reality check.

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But about a quarter of each country's voters hold nativist views.

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Maybe you've forgotten how “hanging chads” nearly caused a constitutional crisis.

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How Israel defines itself in law won’t just matter for Israeli citizens — it is also poised to play a significant role in any future negotiations over the creation of a Palestinian state.

  • Joshua Freedman
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  • Israel
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The three things you need to know about the tight hand of authoritarian regimes.

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Egyptian President Sissi continues to consolidate power — here's what that may mean.

  • Ellis Goldberg
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  • Egypt
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Historically, military victory has been the main way civil wars end. Here's what's changing.

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These institutions have produced unprecedented peace and prosperity.

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Often, members of Congress are genuinely trying to learn about the issues.

  • Maya Kornberg
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  • Congress
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Expect a negative feedback loop that will make the migration crisis worse -- in three ways.

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