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Here’s how you bring down a ‘strongman’ government (without a civil war)
Are Burkina Faso's citizens showing the rest of Africa its future?
Will Hillary Clinton’s flip-flops hurt her? Maybe not.
It's better to be on the right side of the issue, even if you have to change your mind.
The heinous consequences of Turkey’s polarization
In the wake of recent terrorist attacks, the AKP government's marginalization of certain groups creates an environment of fear and hatred.
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Putin wins at hockey! Mao swims the Yangtze! And other amazing feats of authoritarian prowess
Or, 5 things you need to know about authoritarian leaders' dubious sporting achievements.
The U.N. reviewed its peacekeeping. It ignored the 3 things that most need to change.
Success won’t come if U.N. officials continue to think of operations as “us” doing more for “them.”
Edward Snowden has proposed a new treaty. Here’s why it might or might not take off.
Critics are saying that Edward Snowden's proposed treaty isn't radical enough. But a more radical approach would be less likely to work.
What analysis of the Islamic State’s messaging keeps missing
Defeating the Islamic State will require a carefully calibrated politico-military and communications campaign.
Sudan, South Africa and the future of the International Criminal Court in Africa
Can South Africa successfully balance its interests in Africa, the global stage and international justice?
No, Americans have not become more ideologically polarized
Americans are not moving toward extreme liberalism and conservatism.
Republican activists think a strong conservative can win the White House. They’re probably wrong.
Republican activists think Ted Cruz is more electable than Jeb Bush.
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