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The economic extremism from the far right could have set the United States far off course.
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Before he became Vice President, Cheney acknowledged that Iraq could disintegrate following a U.S. invasion.
What radical U.S. conservatives forget about the country’s founding.
Who will get the jobs that really matter in Brussels?
The Middle Kingdom sets its eyes on Europe’s eastern half, to get a beachhead into Western Europe.
The upright and welcoming jewel of Southeast Asia.
Why the U.S. strategy to remake Afghanistan after 9/11 was bound to fail.
The trials and tribulations behind raising support for liberal policies in Egypt and beyond.
Claims about a watershed election are exaggerated, says the former UK Minister for Europe.
The example of the Western world offers only very limited guidance to resolve Asian countries’ domestic conflicts.
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