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Life After Brexit
By R. Daniel Kelemen
The New Divided Kingdom
A Brexit Post-Mortem
By John McCormick
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The Truth About American Unemployment
How to Grow the Country’s Labor Force
By Jason Furman
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Labor leader Bill Shorten holds a baby crocodile during a visit to the aboriginal community of Maningrida as part of the 2016 election campaign in West Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia, May 2016.
Australia's Unusual Election
Turnbull's Gamble
By Anika Gauja
NATO's Next Act
Over the past three years, the United States and NATO have shifted their attention to Russian aggression and the ongoing instability in the Middle East and North Africa. But Washington and the alliance still need to do more, and above all, increase the resources available to U.S. troops in Europe.
By Philip M. Breedlove
China's Maritime Militia
To promote its disputed claims in the South China Sea, China is increasingly relying on an irregular maritime militia. The United States should discourage Beijing from using the militia even more assertively than it has so far.
By Andrew S. Erickson and Conor M. Kennedy
The Battle Over Yemen's Cultural Capital Continues
In Yemen, the fighting has slowed, but the war continues, particularly in Taiz, the country's cultural capital.
By Asmaa Waguih
Israel’s Second-Class Citizens
Israel’s Arab citizens are healthier, wealthier, and more numerous than ever before. But even as their material situation has improved, Israeli Arabs remain boxed out of public life by discriminatory official policies.
By As'ad Ghanem
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