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Saudi Arabia's Oil Strategy in a Time of Glut

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Saudi Arabia's Oil Strategy in a Time of Glut
Why the Kingdom Wants to Pump More
By Jim Krane
A woman takes photographs in front of the New Mosque by the Bosphorus strait in Istanbul, Turkey, January 12, 2016.
Can Turkey Assimilate Its Refugees?
Lessons from History
By Ryan Gingeras
Members of the Iranian army pray while attending Friday prayers in Tehran April 17, 2009.
The Future of Iran
With Ilan Berman, Alex Vatanka, and Ervand Abrahamian
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It gets better: vaccinating against polio near Jalalabad, Afghanistan, January 2014. By most measures of well-being, the past few decades have been among the best in history.
The Fusion of Civilizations
The Case for Global Optimism
By Kishore Mahbubani and Lawrence H. Summers
Free Syrian Army fighters are silhouetted as they stand on one of the front lines of Wadi Al-Daif camp in the southern Idlib countryside, September 2014.
The Southern Front in Syria
Washington Should Support Rebel Gains
By Ehud Ya'ari
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Why IR Theory Gets Russia Wrong
What we do know is that, whenever and however political change does come to Russia, it will have an outsize impact on global politics—and on how we understand democratization.
By Timothy Frye
China's Investments in Sri Lanka
Last month, Sri Lanka officially lifted a hold on the Colombo Port City project, a $1.4 billion Chinese initiative to construct a “mini-city” atop reclaimed land at the country’s capital. But the project comes with major strings attached.
By Jeff M. Smith
Netanyahu's Coalition Games
Netanyahu, the political widow-maker of the Israeli Left, strikes again.
By Neri Zilber
Russia's Constrained Economy
In the past few years, Russia’s economy has taken a decisive turn for the worse. Moscow has the power to reverse much of the damage, yet the government has chosen not to act, and President Vladimir Putin has failed to deliver on early promises he made to reform Russia’s economy.
By Sergei Guriev
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