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Victors’ Bonus: What Israel Could Learn From Athens

Israel has not tried to deal with leadership instability. Awarding the election winner additional seats would help.

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Germany and Japan: A Comeback Story

A strategic reflection 70 years after the end of WWII.

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India and Israel: A Demonstrative Love Affair

India and Israel have a budding relationship based on security and foreign policy concerns.

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Empowering India’s Poor

What Modi’s BJP Party can learn from the upheaval in Southern Europe.

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Germany’s International Responsibility to Lead

Germany is still adjusting to its new role as a world leader.

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Greece: Playing the Russia Card Against Europe?

If Greece wants to play the Russia card, it has some questions to consider first.

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Modi’s India: A Reality Check

A double take on economic planning and dynamism in India.

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Can Modi Copy Deng?

India’s leadership needs to change, modeling China may be the answer.

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The Obama/Modi Duo: A Summit of Democracies

President Obama’s visit to India has shown the world where his sympathies lie.

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Political Courage: Merkel Vs. Cameron

The German Chancellor takes the lead on fighting bigotry.

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