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Reading Hume in Tehran

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A supporter of reform candidate Mir Hussein Moussavi protests the presidential elections in Iran, in Tehran, June 2009.
Reading Hume in Tehran
The Iranian Revolution and the Enlightenment
By Ervand Abrahamian
Big green men: a military parade in Moscow’s Red Square, November 2015. The Russian military is back as a serious force in Eurasia.
Putin's Russia: Down But Not Out, Part 2
With Gideon Rose, Stephen Kotkin, and Demetri Trenin
Egypt's Troubled Islands
The Politics of the Land Transfer to Saudi Arabia
By Michael Wahid Hanna
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Labourers work at a garment factory in Bac Giang province, near Hanoi October 21, 2015.
Fairer Trade
Making the TPP Support Better Labor Laws
By David Abramowitz
A man shops for traditional sweets for Iftar, or breaking of fast, during the Muslim month of Ramadan in Paris, July 2013.
Don't Fear Muslim Immigrants
They Aren't the Real Problem
By Claire L. Adida, David D. Laitin, and Marie-Anne Valfort
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The Way of the Gun
It's not just the United States that has a complicated relationship with guns. Rather, the world grapples with its love/hate relationship with firearms.
By Iain Overton
The Panama Papers and Thomas Piketty
The Panama Papers' best comparison is to Thomas Piketty, the famous French economist, who argued that people simply do not know the full extent of economic inequality.
By Henry Farrell
Seeing Other People
U.S. President Barack Obama’s visit to the United Kingdom last week took place just over 70 years after British Prime Minister Winston Churchill championed a “special relationship” between Washington and London. Today, however, the relationship is showing signs of strain.
By Peter Martin
Closing the Archives
In the quarter-century since the collapse of the Soviet Union, successive governments in Moscow have been conspicuously consistent in skirting serious questions about the repressive nature of the now-defunct Soviet state and minimizing the shadow that it continues to cast over the Kremlin.
By Ilan Berman
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