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"Whether Sri Lanka maintains its democracy or not, it will not be able to avoid its next crisis," writes.
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China's Soft Power Grab: China is Facing Increasing Criticism from Western governments over Hong Kong, etc., but at the U.N. China is increasingly seen as a model citizen. My latest
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The Israel-UAE deal is a historic achievement that eluded other presidents. And U.S. President Donald Trump will try to make the most of it, John Hannah writes.
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Trump’s new restrictions on TikTok, WeChat, and Chinese technology are so far-reaching that they threaten the future of the open internet, Robert Muggah and Rafael Rohozinski write.
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In suspending threats to annex parts of the West Bank in return for normalizing relations with the UAE, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has given himself room to back away from a popular but unrealistic promise, Bilal Y. Saab writes.
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If Putin can easily station and operate forces from Belarus, NATO’s task of defending vulnerable front-line states is much harder.
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Trump's other claimed achievements have been underwhelming to say the least, but the Israel-UAE deal is truly significant—and he'll try to make the most of it to boost his chances on Election Day, John Hannah writes.
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"For the international community, having someone with any kind of multicultural background helping to lead the world’s richest country is sort of an unalloyed good in an age of ceaseless migration and hyperglobalization," writes.
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QAnon marries those moral panics with the trappings of a cult. By the seriousness of what it alleges, it consumes its followers—some of which may be now close to getting a seat in the U.S. Congress, Justin Ling writes.
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In his quarter-century in power, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko has built a machine of repression that is a lot bigger, more pervasive, and nastier than anything in post-Soviet Ukraine, FP’s writes.
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Just as former Spanish King Juan Carlos’s hunting holiday to Botswana broke at the height of the last recession, the most recent controversy comes as the coronavirus pandemic’s economic impact starts to bite, Mark Nayler writes.
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At our Virtual Dialogue, Profiles of Resilience, of shared his knowledge of the impactful work does. Here's a glimpse of what he says about supporting the next generation of young African entrepreneurs:
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Kamala Harris completes a strong, seasoned Democratic team with the best shot at ending the dystopian presidency of Donald Trump, Jim Townsend writes in the latest edition of FP’s Shadow Government series.
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“Ambassadors are not rewards, tough U.S. diplomacy is not a reward,” a Democratic congressional aide told FP’s and report.
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Land reform in Zimbabwe could empower rural Black Zimbabweans—but so far it doesn’t, writes Michael Albertus.
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It is time for Russia to rethink its policy with the West, not the other way around, writes.
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U.S. and Chinese trade representatives are expected to meet for trade talks this weekend.
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Turkey can no longer hide the fact that it is spending far beyond its means, Chris Miller writes.
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A deindustrialized U.S. is a disarmed country. Preserving U.S. preeminence will require reconstituting a national manufacturing arrangement that is both safe and reliable—particularly in critical high-tech sectors, writes.
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While Kamala Harris herself is a relative foreign-policy unknown, some of her views on India suggest she may clash with the current Indian government, FP's writes. From our latest South Asian Brief:
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