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Selling Out the Kurds

To recruit Turkey against ISIS, the United States lost sight of its true friends.

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The Iran Deal: Just Another Sales Opportunity

The Gulf countries are lusting for more U.S. military hardware. Washington’s influence peddlers love that.

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Trump as the Perfect Front Man

Why the Republican Party richly deserves Donald Trump.

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Italy: The (In)Consequential Beppe Grillo

The message remains the same: Just blame Europe.

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After Charleston: Gun Control and American Cynicism

Will the United States ever get real about the need for gun control?

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The Two Souls and Two Minds of Lindsey Graham

How is the South Carolina Senator forward-thinking on immigration and climate, but not the Middle East?

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Europe’s False Hope Moment?

Even if there is a deal with Greece, it may very well not last.

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Has Tsipras Delivered?

The French bureaucracy’s fingerprints are all over Greece’s new proposal. Growth remains an afterthought.

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Donald Trump: The Democrats’ Best Campaign Asset

Money worship and ethnic insensitivity – the Republicans’ toxic combination at the ballot box.

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Greece: The Franco-German Split Over “Solidarity” in Europe

Why are Europe’s two key economies so deeply divided over this issue?

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