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Russia's Mariinsky Theatre performs at the amphitheater of the Syrian city of Palmyra, Syria in this handout picture provided by SANA on May 5, 2016.
The Violins of Palmyra
Soft Power Projection, Then and Now
 
By David Schoenbaum
 
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Boys take part in a street parade to celebrate the 24th self-declared independence day for the breakaway Somaliland nation from Somalia in capital Hargeysa, May 18, 2015.
 
Somaliland's Search for Place
 
The Unofficial Republic's Struggle for Acknowledgement
 
By James Jeffrey
 
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The Russian Town at the End of the Tracks
 
 
 
 
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Secrets don’t make friends: Edward Snowden appearing from Moscow, September 2015.
 
The Age of Transparency
 
International Relations Without Secrets
 
By Sean P. Larkin
 
U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke debut the new design for the $100 note at the Department of the Treasury in Washington, April 2010.
 
The Fed and the Great Recession
 
How Better Monetary Policy Can Avert the Next Crisis
 
By Scott Sumner
 
 
 
 
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Saudi Arabia's Oil Strategy in a Time of Glut
 
The world is already awash in oil, and yet there may soon be more Saudi crude flowing to market.
 
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Can Turkey Assimilate Its Refugees?
 
There are many unanswered questions about the number of Syrians who will stay in Turkey and what the effect will be on Turkish society, culture, and politics.
 
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The Fusion of Civilizations
 
Historians looking back on this age from the vantage point of later generations are likely to be puzzled by the widespread contemporary feelings of gloom and doom. By most objective measures of human well-being, the past three decades have been the best in history. 
 
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The Southern Front in Syria
 
For the past two years, Washington has focused its attention on northern Syria, where it has attempted to strengthen the Syrian Democratic Forces and rout the so-called Islamic State (also called ISIS). It has paid much less attention to southern Syria. That is a mistake.
 
By Ehud Ya'ari
 
 
 
 
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