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Turkey’s Elected Dictator

It is high time for the United States and EU to condemn the unruly way in which Erdogan exercised his power.

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Arab World: No Shortcuts to Deradicalization

The root cause of radicalization is embedded in a nation’s internal socio-economic and political disorder.

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Fighting Terrorists? Needed: More Effective Battle of Ideas

There are different kinds of terrorists. Understanding the variations could help stop them.

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Samantha Power and Henry Kissinger: Polar Opposites?

From the Balkans and Iraq to Libya: How important are morals in foreign policy making?

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Japan’s Abe Closer to His Dream

Can Japan financially afford to be the muscular regional leader that Abe and the ruling LDP want it to be?

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A New Fight Over Syria War Strategy

President Obama has signaled a willingness to cooperate with Russia on Syria, but hawks are fighting the shift.

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Is English Glory Foreign-Made?

Intriguing parallels between English football and the economic and political landscape of the country.

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Assault on Atatürk

Turkey is hit by more human tragedies.

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Daumier, The Satirist

In contemporary America, Daumier could have had a field day.

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Dumping Peanuts in Haiti

Stop calling “aid” what really is about supply management for US agricultural interests.

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