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Why Brexit Would Benefit Europe
 
By Camille Pecastaing
 
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A heavy hand: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in France, October 2015.
 
Democracy in Decline
 
How Washington Can Reverse the Tide
 
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The Truth About American Unemployment
 
How to Grow the Country’s Labor Force
 
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Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner throws flowers to pay homage to the fallen soldiers during the Falklands War in Ushuaia, April 2012.
 
What Is Killing Latin American Populism?
 
The Exception to the Global Trend
 
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The Case for Offshore Balancing
 
The United States should forgo efforts to remake other societies and concentrate on preserving U.S. dominance in the Western Hemisphere and countering potential hegemons elsewhere. Such an “offshore balancing” strategy is the most likely to preserve American primacy and safeguard liberty at home.
 
By John J. Mearsheimer and Stephen M. Walt
 
 
 
The Truth About Trade
 
Attacks on U.S. trade policy have grown so intense during the presidential campaign that they threaten the future of U.S. global economic leadership. The U.S. economy has real problems, but trade actually still benefits the country enormously. The challenge is how to restore and support domestic social mobility.
 
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Israel Among the Nations
 
For all the danger Israel faces today, the current turmoil in the Middle East has also created opportunities for the country to improve its strategic position. But these will come to naught unless the government can recognize and seize them.
 
By Robert M. Danin
 
 
 
 
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