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U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump reacts as he is introduced during a campaign event in Concord, North Carolina, March 7, 2016.
American Caudillo
Trump and the Latin-Americanization of U.S. Politics
By Omar G. Encarnación
Regulating Outer Space
Making Space Commerce a Priority
By Scott Pace
Francois Hollande delivers a speech on constitutional reform and the fight against terrorism at the end of the weekly cabinet meeting at the Elysee Palace in Paris, March 2016.
France's Bridge Too Far
François Hollande's Constitutional Crisis
By Martin A. Schain
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The Japanese national flag flutters at half-mast in the foreground of the atomic bomb dome at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, in western Japan August 6, 1998.
Abe Should Visit Pearl Harbor
How the United States and Japan Can Strengthen Ties
By Zach Przystup
When Hospitals are Targets
The intentional targeting of hospitals and medical staff is not unique to the Syrian war; they’ve been hit in the wars in Yemen, South Sudan, and Sri Lanka as well.
By Betcy Jose
Renewing the Alliance
Few countries feared Egypt’s postrevolutionary future more than Israel. But in current Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, Netanyahu has found a willing partner.
By Mohamed Soliman
Anti-Semitism and Terrorism
The row over anti-Semitism in the Labour Party has significance far beyond the immediate leadership battles. Combating the new threat of anti-Semitism in Europe is inextricably linked to the fight against terrorist extremism.
By Jytte Klausen
America's Weedpatches
Just outside of Seattle sits a small cluster of tents in what resembles an overcrowded camping ground. It is actually a miniature city created by the homeless for the homeless. Like a less formal version of Weedpatch, the dust bowl migrant camp depicted in John Steinbeck's Grape's of Wrath, these tent cities have their own elected government with self-assigned titles such as "head of security officer" and "external affairs coordinator"—the latter involves calling charities to coordinate food and water deliveries.
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