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Laura Secor’s Children of Paradise is a vibrant panorama of contemporary Iran that doubles as a thorough intellectual and political history of the country’s past four decades. The book calls attention to how each generation of Iranian activists has dealt with the tension between the pursuit of Enlightenment goals such as political rights and equality and the desire to maintain religious legitimacy.
 
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Egypt's Troubled Islands
 
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Don't Fear Muslim Immigrants
 
Trump has tapped into a deep-rooted fear in his condemnations of Muslim immigration. But the evidence suggests that the fears are misguided: Liberal democracies are not opening their doors to terrorism when they let in Muslim immigrants.
 
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