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Latin America's Fatal Gun Addiction

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Bullets are displayed at the Defence and Security International Exhibition Latin America Aero and Defence (LAAD) trade show for the defence and security industry in Latin America, in Rio de Janeiro, April 9, 2013.
Latin America's Fatal Gun Addiction
The United States' Deadliest Export
By Robert Muggah
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, May 2015. The EPRDF program for economic development recalls some of the strategies it used during the Ethiopian Civil War.
Ethiopia's Vanguard Capitalists
How the EPRDF Mobilizes for Economic Development
By Toni Weis
Rodrigo Duterte, Philippine presidential candidate and a local mayor, raises his fist during a motorcade campaign at Cainta Rizal, east of Manila April 12, 2016.
Duterte, the Filipino Strongman
What Rodrigo Duterte's Election Says About the Philippines
By Richard Javad Heydarian
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How Populism Will Change Foreign Policy
The Bernie and Trump Effects
By Richard Fontaine and Robert D. Kaplan
Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika attends the opening session of the first Gas Exporting Countries Forum summit in Doha, November, 2011.
Algeria on the Brink?
Five Years After the Arab Spring
By Francisco Serrano
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The Violins of Palmyra
With the chaconne leading the way, the orchestra of St. Petersburg’s Mariinsky Theater, Russia’s most iconic opera house, had come to Palmyra to honor local victims of the Islamic State (ISIS), both human and archaeological.
By David Schoenbaum
Somaliland's Search for Place
Somaliland is stuck in a unique bind: despite being safer and better governed than Somalia, its claims for independence have gone unheeded.
By James Jeffrey
The Russian Town at the End of the Tracks
The Russian town of Kalach, which sits at the end of a rail line near the Ural Mountains, is so remote that the postman drops off the mail at the next town over. Only 12 residents live there now, but 30 years ago when the forestry industry was still booming the population had peaked at 600.
The Age of Transparency
Transparency has long been a rare commodity in international affairs. But today, the forces of technology are ushering in a new age of openness that would have been unthinkable just a few decades ago.
By Sean P. Larkin
The Fed and the Great Recession
Contrary to popular belief, the real cause of the Great Recession lay not in the housing market but in the misguided monetary policy of the Federal Reserve. To prevent such errors in the future, the Fed should switch from targeting inflation to targeting the level of nominal GDP.
By Scott Sumner
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