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Why Sisi Fears Egypt's Liberals

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Why Sisi Fears Egypt's Liberals
Behind the Recent Crackdown on Civil Society
By Muhammad Mansour
My buddy and me: Ramzan Kadyrov and Putin in Grozny, October 2008. Sistema will outlast Putin.
Russian Politics Under Putin
The System Will Outlast the Master
By Gleb Pavlovsky
A federally funded road project, part of U.S. President Barack Obama's stimulus package, in Colorado, May 2009.
Making America Great Again
The Case for the Mixed Economy
By Jacob S. Hacker and Paul Pierson
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Algeria's Stained Women
In the early to mid-1900s, the Berber women of the Aurès mountains in northeastern Algeria tatooed palm trees, crosses, and small diamonds known as the "partridge's eye" on their faces. In their culture, it was seen as beautiful and considered good luck. But after the country won its independence from the French in 1962, literacy rates increased, as did the influence of Islam. Algerians came to read in the Koran that tattoos are haram, or forbidden. The last generation of women to practice this ritual are now in their 80s or 90s, and they say that they regret the tattoos.
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The Cultural Revolution Still Haunts China’s Communist Party
China's leaders are still scarred by the Cultural Revolution—the memory of how, suddenly, the center could not hold. As rulers of China, they cannot escape it. And even watching from the West, neither can we.
By Nick Frisch
Pipelines in the Sand
Many historians misunderstand Sykes–Picot, the treaty that carved up the Middle East, as a random act of colonial mapmaking. In fact, the secret World War I agreement between France and the United Kingdom had everything to do with oil.
By Rachel Havrelock
The Hillary Clinton Doctrine
The foreign policy platforms of former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, President Barack Obama, and presidential candidate Donald Trump could not be more different.
By Jeffrey A. Stacey
Political Unrest in the Maldives
In 2005, the Maldives embarked on a remarkable experiment in democracy. It may have ended in failure, but it has important lessons for other democratic transitions.
By J.J. Robinson
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