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Why IR Theory Gets Russia Wrong
Moscow’s Predictably Unpredictable Politics
 
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China's Investments in Sri Lanka
 
Why Beijing's Bonds Come at a Price
 
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks during his Likud party faction meeting at the Knesset, Israeli parliament, in Jerusalem May 23, 2016.
 
Netanyahu's Coalition Games
 
Isaac Herzog's Bad Week
 
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Russia's Constrained Economy
 
How the Kremlin Can Spur Growth
 
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How Populism Will Change Foreign Policy
 
The rise of the populist presidential candidates, Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders, challenge the basic assumptions on which decades of U.S. foreign and domestic policy have been built.
 
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Nigeria's Unbalanced Budget
 
Nigeria's new budget could very well retrigger instability in the south, where militias had fought for decades over the spoils of the oil-rich Niger Delta.
 
By Hilary Matfess
 
 
 
An App to Save Syria's Lost Generation?
 
In the scramble to address the deepening refugee crisis, it seems that policymakers, big tech companies, and advocates are turning to the smartphone to find a solution.
 
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The Once and Future Superpower
 
Economic growth no longer translates as directly into military power as it did in the past. So rather than expecting a rising China to seize the United States’ preeminent position in the global order, everyone should start getting used to a world in which the United States remains the sole superpower for decades to come.
 
By Stephen G. Brooks and William C. Wohlforth
 
 
 
 
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