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Terrorism and Turkey's Deal with Israel

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Turkish flags, with the control tower in the background, fly at half mast at the country's largest airport, Istanbul Ataturk, following yesterday's blast in Istanbul, Turkey, June 29, 2016.
Terrorism and Turkey's Deal with Israel
Will Cooperation Work?
By Michael J. Koplow
Polish army soldiers take part in the "Saber Strike" NATO military exercise in Adazi, Latvia, June 13, 2016.
Not Quiet on NATO's Eastern Front
How the Alliance Can De-escalate With Russia
By Richard Sokolsky
Brazil Cuts Down on Deforestation
How It Became an Environmental Leader
By Patricia Nogueira-Neidlinger
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Female Kurdish Peshmerga take part in their graduation ceremony at a police academy in Zakho district of the Dohuk Governorate of the Iraqi Kurdistan province, Iraq March 30, 2016.
The Sun Force
Life on the Frontlines With the Peshmerga's Female Fighters
By Christine Balling
Brexit's False Democracy
The European Union won't fall. And yet the emotions and cultural chasms brought to bear in the Brexit vote cannot and should not be ignored.
By Kathleen R. McNamara
Turkey Beyond Borders
To genuinely appreciate Ankara’s struggle to maintain and police its southern border with Syria, it is worth going back further than ISIS. Since the Turkish Republic was born in 1923, the politics and economy of the Syrian frontier have vexed politicians and provincial residents alike.
By Ryan Gingeras
The Irish Question
The United Kingdom’s historic decision to leave the EU has stunned Brussels and sent shock waves through Europe. The Scottish government has threatened to hold a second referendum on independence, jeopardizing the kingdom’s unity. And in Ireland, the vote threatens to derail a fragile peace process and undermine a recent economic recovery.
By Henry Farrell
Advantage, America
U.S. President Barack Obama will meet his Canadian and Mexican counterparts in Ottawa for the tenth North American Leaders’ Summit. The summit represents an opportunity for the three of them to set out a common agenda for taking advantage of North America’s unparalleled strategic position.
By Tom Donilon
Europe's Failed Refugee Policy
As European leaders confront the aftermath of the historic Brexit vote, they will be exploring ways to reform their beleaguered union. One of the central issues they should rethink is the EU’s response to the refugee crisis, which has continued to unfold in the Mediterranean even as the Brexit debacle has transfixed Europe.
By Megan Greene and R. Daniel Kelemen
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