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Pakistan, long viewed as an incubator of religious militancy, is gearing up for a battle over the future of the country’s notorious Madrassas.
Erdogan neglected alternative options that could have strengthened Turkey’s position — without sparking the ire of much of the international community.
Putin still has much to learn to make the most of the opportunities that arise from the United States’ strategic shifts and tactical fumbles.