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The Dumbest U.S. Foreign Policy Question Asked This Century

What do U.S. politicians mean when they say they want to save Syria?

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An End to Presidential Term Limits?

How modern U.S. politics incapacitates itself.

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A Black President?

In too many ways, African Americans aren’t much better off today than 50 years ago.

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Anti-Corruption Fight in China: How India Undermines Progress

India has a free press and elections — but even more corruption than China.

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Corruption Campaign in China: What it Means for the World

The arrest of a top official might be the first shot in a battle to root out corruption in China.

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Hedge Funds as Bottom Fishers

How America’s rich ruthlessly exploit the dysfunctional U.S. political system.

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Clinton-itis as a National Disease

Clinton moneymaking, national “conversations” and the US policy agenda.

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U.S. Spying and Europe’s Disillusioned Pro-American Elites

Why are some of Europe’s pro-American elites now wondering whether they got it wrong?

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A Germany That Bets Big

Five unconventional moves that made Germany the 2014 World Cup champions.

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Iraq’s Predictable Fate

Will the purveyors of the 2003 U.S. invasion of Iraq ever pay a penance for their sins of warmongering?

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