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Western Balkans: Europe’s Front Yard

An important decision will be taken by the European Council regarding the future of EU integration for Albania and North Macedonia.

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Donald Trump and William Shakespeare

Let’s give credit where credit is due: In his tweets, the U.S. President channels his inner William Shakespeare with amazing aplomb.

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Trump and the Kurds: An Act of Betrayal and Infamy

Trump abandoning the Kurds will damage the U.S. and embolden its foes. It amounts to nothing less than treason.

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Beyond Hong Kong: Unrest in Indonesia

The once reformist President Joko Widodo, now in his second term, gets swallowed up by the bureaucracy and overall Indonesian politics.

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US Impeachment and UK Prorogation: Back to 1710

The last time an impeachment process in the U.S. and prorogation of Parliament in the UK were simultaneously in the news was in 1710.

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Donald Trump: The Art of the “Self-Shakedown”

The man who has advertised himself for “The Art of the Deal” now engages in a mafia-style shake down on himself!

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Don’t Impeach President Trump, Censure Him

How Democrats can hold Trump accountable and take the high road.

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Censuring Trump in the Age of Disinformation

Why censuring Trump matters and what it accomplishes.

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Beyond Sino-American Rivalry: Whose Global Narrative?

Is a chastened West that has lost its positive edge doomed to cede innovative impulses for global affairs to China?

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Johnson’s New Deal: Not Good Enough

The UK’s new Brexit plan raises five EU concerns.

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