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How Islamist Radicalism Ends

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How Islamist Radicalism Ends
Ideology and Foreign Policy
By Andrew L. Peek
Venezuela's Risky Recall?
Why a New Vote Could Backfire
By Joshua Spivak
China's High-Speed Rail Diplomacy
Gets Off Track in the United States
By Tom Zoellner
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The Roots of Lone Wolf Terrorism
One of the few commonalities that lone wolf Islamist terrorists share—whether in San Bernardino or now Philadelphia—is their Sunni Muslim background. They are never Shia.
By Andrew L. Peek
The Struggle for Israel
It’s common knowledge that the Middle East is in turmoil these days and that there are major tensions between the United States and one of its crucial allies in the region, Israel. Less commonly understood are the profound ways in which Israel itself is changing. In important respects, the country no longer resembles the image many Westerners still picture.
By Jonathan Tepperman
American Political Decay or Renewal?
The gap in the United States between the fortunes of the elites and those of the rest of the public has come to dominate national politics. What really needs to be explained is not why populists have been able to make such gains this cycle but why it took them so long to do so.
By Francis Fukuyama
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
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