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A Schengen Zone for NATO

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A Schengen Zone for NATO
Why the Alliance Needs Open Borders for Troops
By Elisabeth Braw
Workers unload coal at a storage site along a railway station in Hefei, Anhui province October 27, 2009.
Coal After the Paris Agreement
The Challenges of Dirty Fuel
By Tim Boersma and Stacy D. Vandeveer
China's Business and Politics in South Sudan
Letter from Juba
By Alice Su
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India's Political Sadhus
In India and Nepal, sadhus, or holy men, practice an unorthodox branch of Hinduism.
The Innovative Finance Revolution
In recent years, financiers—working closely with governments and nongovernmental organizations—have begun merging private capital markets with public systems in ways that promote the common good and make money for investors as well.
By Georgia Levenson Keohane and Saadia Madsbjerg
How to Spy on 600 Million People
Surveillance technologies have already extended beyond the interception of phone calls, emails, and text messages.
By Tom Mullaney
Saddam and the Rise of ISIS
How Saddam Hussein’s Islamic Faith Campaign in the 1990s prepared the ground for the Islamic State.
By Amatzia Baram
Modi's Play in Iran and Afghanistan
India will develop a port in the southern Iranian city of Chabahar and invest in new roads and a railroad stretching northward from Chabahar to the Afghanistan border.
By Michael Kugelman
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