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NATO's Next Act

 
 
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Under our wing: a NATO air-policing mission over Lithuania, May 2015.
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How to Handle Russia and Other Threats
 
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Fishing boats leave a harbor in China's Zhejiang Province, September 2012.
 
China's Maritime Militia
 
What It Is and How to Deal With It
 
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The Battle Over Yemen's Cultural Capital Continues
 
Letter From Taiz
 
By Asmaa Waguih
 
 
 
 
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Speaking up: the Joint List leader Ayman Odeh at a protest in Tel Aviv, October 2015.
 
Israel’s Second-Class Citizens
 
Arabs in Israel and the Struggle for Equal Rights
 
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Leveraging Leave
 
Neither a vote for the UK to leave or remain part of the European Union will settle the relationship between London and Brussels.
 
By Douglas Murray
 
 
 
Drunk Politics
 
The 2016 presidential primaries feel like an ill-fated evening in a dive bar. Bernie, Hillary, and Trump have managed to stay standing through this drunken rumpus. It has been surprising and it has been sloppy. But we are stuck with it—even though we vow that next time we will clean up our act. All in all, it has been troubling to watch for those who remain sober.
 
 
 
Jordan's Pragmatism in Syria
 
With the moderate armed opposition close to collapse in Syria’s northwest, the Southern Front has emerged as a more alluring venue for advocates of regime change. Best of all, anti-regime military operations can be supported from Jordanian bases. And Jordan is a resolute U.S. ally.
 
By Steven Simon and James Fromson
 
 
 
Berlin's Brexit Blues
 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has taken a less sentimental approach to Brexit and has vowed, even in the face of anti-euro sentiment at home, to take things "step by step."
 
By Parke Nicholson
 
 
 
Fighting Corruption in Mexico
 
Mexicans, like many other people around the world, have little love for their politicians these days. But unlike many, they're at the brink of making significant, citizen-driven changes.
 
By Duncan Wood
 
 
 
 
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