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Greece's Next Bailout Battle

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A frayed Greek national flag flutters among antennas atop a building in central Athens, Greece in this file photo taken, July 20, 2015.
Greece's Next Bailout Battle
Another Long Summer in Athens
By Stathis N. Kalyvas
Followers of Iraq's Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr shout slogans at Grand Festivities Square within the Green Zone in Baghdad, Iraq, May 1, 2016.
Sadr, the Kingmaker
The Protests and Washington's Choices in Iraq
By Omar Al-Nidawi
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Tokyo, November 2014. To save Abenomics, Abe may be considering fiscal stimulus.
Abenomics' Last Shot?
A Fiscal U-Turn for Japan
By Tobias Harris
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Germany Courts China
Leading From the Middle
By Klaus Larres
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Cuba's Damas de Blanco
Poor Substitute
The announcement last week that Australia will replace its aging submarine fleet with Shortfin Barracuda submarines from France is an enormous missed opportunity, not only for Australia, but also for its most important allies, Japan and the United States. 
By Eric Heginbotham and Richard J. Samuels
The King and the Islamists
Even with the decline of the Islamist parties across the region, the Jordanian regime still views the Muslim Brotherhood as a substantial potential threat and therefore is intensifying the country’s repression against them.
By Aaron Magid
Putin's Foreign Policy
By taking action in Syria and Ukraine, Russia has made clear its intention to restore its status as a major international player. What remains uncertain is how long it will be able to maintain its recent gains.
By Fyodor Lukyanov
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