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Piketty on Immigration

Why aren’t poor Americans more up-in-arms over rising levels of income inequality?

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Europe’s Rules? Forget About Them

The rest of the world has it all wrong: The EU isn’t obsessing about rules.

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Churchill’s Disgruntled Diatribe on Islam


The West’s policy in the Muslim world may hearken back to opinions held by leaders from its past.

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Independent Scotland: Another Small EU Country?

Although quite a few other EU countries are even smaller than Scotland, smallness isn’t a virtue in itself.

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Europe: Juncker or Not? It Doesn’t Matter

Who will get the jobs that really matter in Brussels?

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The Disastrous U.S. Habit to Rush Elections

From Iraq and Afghanistan to Ukraine, the U.S. always hopes to get “its man” into office quickly — with poor results.

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Donetsk: Better to Join the UK than Russia

People in Eastern Ukraine have figured out how to use their heritage for advantage against Putin and Russia.

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The Case Against Dr. Vivek Murthy for Surgeon General

Why the NRA should continue to dictate the U.S.’s medical priorities.

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Chris Christie and Vladimir Putin: Two Bullies Separated at Birth

Should the world be afraid of bullies?

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Goodnight Moon. Goodnight NSA.

What can jolt Americans into seeing that security comes only through transparent civic institutions?

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