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Brexit Backlash
The Populist Rage Fueling the Referendum
By Jonathan Hopkin
A member of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic forces stands guard near buildings destroyed during battles with Ukrainian armed forces, at Donetsk airport, Ukraine, June 1, 2016.
Ukraine's Fog of War
Why the World Misunderstands the Crimean Conflict
By Taras Kuzio
The Palace of Culture and Science is illuminated in Union Jack colors by Warsaw's capital authorities in support of Britain staying in the EU, in Warsaw, Poland June 22, 2016.
Britain’s Point of No Return
Europe’s Democratic Dysfunction and the False Promise of Referenda
By Matthias Matthijs
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Congo's Kabila Problem
How Washington Can Get the President to Step Down
By John Prendergast and Sasha Lezhnev
Members of Palestinian security forces loyal to Hamas ride a pickup truck as they are deployed to maintain security on the border of southern Gaza Strip with Egypt, April 21, 2016.
Hamas and Egypt Make Amends?
The Truth About the Dangerous Detente
By Oren Kessler and Grant Rumley
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Please Leave
Brexit could be the best thing for Europe since the fall of the Berlin Wall.
By Camille Pecastaing
Democracy in Decline
In the decade following the Cold War, democracy flourished as never before. In recent years, however, much of this progress has steadily eroded, as democracy itself appears to have lost its appeal.
By Larry Diamond
The Truth About American Unemployment
Fears of a “jobless recovery” have proved unfounded: the U.S. unemployment rate is now lower than it was before the financial crisis of 2008. Yet one aspect of the labor market has stubbornly refused to budge: the labor-force participation rate. Bold policies can improve how the U.S. labor market functions and help more Americans obtain higher-paying jobs.
By Jason Furman
What Is Killing Latin American Populism?
The advance of populists might seem ubiquitous. But it is not. Over the last 15 years, populism has been most closely associated with Latin American governments from Buenos Aires to Caracas. Yet as the phenomenon ascends in developed societies, it is dying out in South America. And its demise has more to do with legitimacy than with economic fortune.
By Pierpaolo Barbieri
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