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The Truth About Populism and Foreign Policy

 
A Trump supporters before Trump's speech at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, January 2016.
The Truth About Populism and Foreign Policy
Examining the Data
 
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Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and Chief of Staff General Hulusi Akar at a funeral ceremony for a Turkish army officer killed in clashes with Kurdish militants, in Ankara, February 2016. Erdogan has given the Turkish military a blank check
 
Turkey's Next Military Coup
 
How Empowering the Generals Could Backfire
 
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Ending Infanticide in Pakistan
 
Letter from Karachi
 
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India's Water Politics
 
When Drought Leads to Discord
 
By Scott Moore
 
 
Mongolia's Mangled Politics
 
How the Parliamentary Election Will Play Out
 
By Morris Rossabi
 
 
An Afghan girl reads from the board in a home-based school in Kabul, 2001.
 
Schools Under Siege
 
How Afghan Classrooms Became Bunkers
 
By Peter Bouckaert
 
 
Supporters of the Houthi movement protest against the execution of Shi'ite Muslim cleric Nimr al-Nimr in Saudi Arabia, during a demonstration outside the Saudi embassy in Sanaa, Yemen January 7, 2016.
 
Keeping Iran and Saudi Arabia From War
 
Getting Riyadh and Tehran to Talk
 
By Ibrahim Fraihat
 
 
 
 
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Latin America's Fatal Gun Addiction
 
As the world’s largest arms exporter and importer, the United States plays an outsized role in ensuring the ready supply of firearms and ammunition to Latin America.
 
By Robert Muggah
 
 
 
Ethiopia's Vanguard Capitalists
 
A quarter century after it swept to power, the EPRDF’s history as a revolutionary movement still shapes its approach to Ethiopia's economic development.
 
By Toni Weis
 
 
 
Duterte, the Filipino Strongman
 
On May 9, the Philippines elected Rodrigo Duterte, the controversial, tough-talking mayor of Davao City, to be its next president. But winning was only his first challenge. Now he must govern and fulfill campaign promises.
 
By Richard Javad Heydarian
 
 
 
Algeria on the Brink?
 
Five years on from the Arab Spring, Algeria's regime remains standing. Today, however, Algeria’s apparently unchangeable status quo faces a combination of internal and external challenges that could plunge the country into disorder.
 
By Francisco Serrano
 
 
 
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.
 
By Richard Fontaine and Robert D. Kaplan
 
 
 
 
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