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NATO After Brexit

 
 
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U.S. army personal take part in the "Saber Strike" NATO military exercise in Adazi, Latvia, June 13, 2016.
NATO After Brexit
Will Security Cooperation Work?
 
By Frank J. Cilluffo and Sharon L. Cardash
 
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A worker takes off U.S and Puerto Rican flag after rally of U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders in San Juan, Puerto Rico, May 16, 2016.
 
Puerto Rico's Moment of Truth
 
PROMESA Could Leave the Island Worse Off
 
By Andrew Schrank and Michael Piore
 
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The Truth About American Unemployment
 
How to Grow the Country’s Labor Force
 
By Jason Furman
 
 
 
 
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Djibouti - Foreign Affairs
 
Ramadan in Djibouti
 
Life in the Port City
 
By James Jeffrey
 
 
Scotland After Brexit
 
Will It Leave the United Kingdom?
 
By John Curtice
 
 
 
 
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The Spirit of America
 
Beer, wine, and spirits have shaped United States history from the voyage of the Mayflower in 1620 to President Nixon’s drunken diplomacy and beyond. Booze has left an indelible mark on the nation’s culture, and has been intertwined in its trajectory from day one.
 
By Susan Cheever
 
 
 
Is America Great?
 
Scratch below the surface of either the Republican or Democratic presidential contests, and it is clear that much of the debate is over the United States’ economic standing in the world, and what it will take, in Trump’s words, to “make America great again.”
 
By Edward Alden and Rebecca Strauss
 
 
 
The Swiss Model
 
The leaders of the “Out” campaign seem to have no real plan on how to actually leave the bloc and organize the United Kingdom’s relationship with the European Union thereafter. Some observers have raised the option of the Swiss model, but the reality is it won't work for the United Kingdom.
 
By Lukas Kaelin
 
 
 
Scotland After Brexit
 
The recent Brexit referendum has given new life to the debate about Scottish independence.
 
By John Curtice
 
 
 
 
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