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Turkey's King
 
Davutoglu’s May 5 resignation at the request of Erdogan is a further consolidation of power in the hands of a man who is already the most powerful politician in Turkey since the country became a multiparty democracy in 1950.
 
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Russia's Perpetual Geopolitics
 
For centuries, Russia has been haunted by geopolitical ambitions that exceed its capabilities, and President Vladimir Putin’s recent attempts to secure Moscow a prominent place on the world stage represent a return to this historical pattern. Western leaders should respond to his efforts carefully, holding a firm line when necessary while avoiding unnecessary confrontations.
 
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Iran's Supreme Politics
 
Khamenei and Rafsanjani each see the Supreme Leader succession process as a both a pivotal juncture for their country and their individual legacies.
 
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Saving Iraq
 
The only man who can save Iraq is Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani. Unlike the polarizing Sadr, Sistani is widely regarded in Iraq as a reconciler.
 
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