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Terrorism and Turkey's Deal with Israel
 
News of the attack on Ataturk airport quickly overshadowed the deal to normalize relations between Turkey and Israel after a six-year fallout.
 
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Not Quiet on NATO's Eastern Front
 
NATO’s efforts to build a stronger deterrent and defense posture in the east are necessary and long overdue. But they may not be enough to de-escalate the alliance’s confrontation with Russia and reduce the risk of a direct conflict.
 
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Brazil Cuts Down on Deforestation
 
During the Paris climate talks last December, Brazil broadcast its ambitions to reduce its overall emissions by at least 36 percent by 2020 and 43 percent in 2030. These may seem like lofty targets for a developing economy, but Brazil has a significant advantage in meeting its goal: it is already halfway there.
 
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The Sun Force
 
The members of the Peshmerga Sun Force recently graduated. Soon they will be deployed as a unit to their hometown of Sinjar, a wasteland to which few could ever bear to return, let alone swear to defend to their death.
 
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