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Liquidity crisis: a woman in a dry riverbed in Mauritania, June 2007.
The Innovative Finance Revolution
Private Capital for the Public Good
By Georgia Levenson Keohane and Saadia Madsbjerg
A computer mouse is illuminated by a projection of a Chinese flag in this photo illustration, October 1, 2013.
How to Spy on 600 Million People
The Hidden Vulnerabilities in Chinese Information Technology
By Tom Mullaney
Saddam and the Rise of ISIS
The Faith Campaign's Long Aftermath
By Amatzia Baram
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A general view of an oil dock is seen from a ship at the port of Kalantari in the city of Chabahar, January 17, 2012.
Modi's Play in Iran and Afghanistan
And Why Obama Should Support It
By Michael Kugelman
Reading Hume in Tehran
Laura Secor’s Children of Paradise is a vibrant panorama of contemporary Iran that doubles as a thorough intellectual and political history of the country’s past four decades. The book calls attention to how each generation of Iranian activists has dealt with the tension between the pursuit of Enlightenment goals such as political rights and equality and the desire to maintain religious legitimacy.
By Ervand Abrahamian
The Rise of Populism in Europe
Across Europe, populists on both sides of the political spectrum are enjoying record popularity. Two core issues lie at the root of today’s rising populism: the challenge of migration and the lingering euro crisis. To ward off populism, Europe's centrist parties must reintroduce viable political alternatives.
By Michael Bröning
Ankara's Fight Against the Kurds
Turkey is poised to escalate its war with the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) by prosecuting elected Kurdish politicians. Many observers, including some government supporters, fear that the move will prove just as counterproductive as previous efforts to criminalize Kurdish politics over the past three decades.
By Nick Danforth
How to End the Oil Curse
For the past 40 years, the greatest threats to the West have emerged from oil-exporting states. Oil provides rulers with a source of unaccountable power, which explains "the oil curse." Yet there is a solution: it should no longer be legal for states to buy oil from unaccountable actors who control oil wells by force.
By Leif Wenar
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