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Morocco's Islamic Exports

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Moroccan women walk past the Hassan II mosque in Casablanca February 24, 2011. The minaret of the mosque is the highest in the world, standing at 689 feet.
Morocco's Islamic Exports
The Counterterrorism Strategy Behind the Mohammed VI Institute for the Training of Imams
By Ilan Berman
Virunga's Charcoal Cartel
Letter from Goma
By Holly Dranginis
Members of the impeachment committee react after voting on the impeachment of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff at the National Congress in Brasilia, Brazil, April 11, 2016.
Brazil's Next President?
Meet Michel Temer
By Moises Costa
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Protesters call for the removal of South Africa's President Jacob Zuma as the country commemorates the anniversary of the country's first democratic elections in Cape Town, April 2016.
How South Africa Lost Its Way
The ANC's Unfulfilled Promise
By Jessica Piombo and Cherrel Africa
American Caudillo
For those of us who study Latin America, it has been fascinating to watch the gradual but certain Latin-Americanization of U.S. politics. The latest and most compelling sign yet is the rise of Republican presidential contender Donald J. Trump, whose braggadocio, demagoguery, and disdain for the rule of law puts him squarely in the tradition of El Caudillo.
By Omar G. Encarnación
Regulating Outer Space
It is time to treat space commerce as a key part of U.S. competitiveness and to align federal responsibility and resources with new commercial opportunities in space.
By Scott Pace
France's Bridge Too Far
On March 30, 2016, French President François Hollande withdrew a package of constitutional amendments that his government had portrayed as a centerpiece of a tough new approach to terrorism. The amendments were meant to unite the country after the devastating attacks in Paris and enhance Hollande’s standing ahead of the national elections in 2017. In the end, however, they did quite the opposite.
By Martin A. Schain
Abe Should Visit Pearl Harbor
If Obama heads to Hiroshima, Abe should go to Pearl Harbor.
By Zach Przystup
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