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A Greek pensioner argues with an official outside of a bank in Athens, July 2015.
Europe's Generation Gap
How Pensioners Are Threatening the Continent's Future
By Edoardo Campanella
A British flag flutters in front of a window in London, Britain, June 24, 2016.
Uniting the United Kingdom
What Comes After Brexit
By Anand Menon
People attend a candle light vigil for the victims of the attack on the Holey Artisan Bakery and the O'Kitchen Restaurant, in Dhaka, Bangladesh, July 3, 2016.
Bangladesh's Homegrown Problem
Dhaka and the Terrorist Threat
By Sumit Ganguly and Ali Riaz
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An Israeli soldier prays at the Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City, February 2012.
Israel and Its Middle East Neighbors
With Amos Harel, Steven Cook, and Grant Rumley
NATO After Brexit
Brexit could harm NATO efforts to combat terrorism and organized crime.
By Frank J. Cilluffo and Sharon L. Cardash
Puerto Rico's Moment of Truth
What Puerto Rico really needs is not a PROMESA but a growth strategy.
By Andrew Schrank and Michael Piore
The Truth About American Unemployment
Fears of a “jobless recovery” have proved unfounded: the U.S. unemployment rate is now lower than it was before the financial crisis of 2008. Yet one aspect of the labor market has stubbornly refused to budge: the labor-force participation rate. Bold policies can improve how the U.S. labor market functions and help more Americans obtain higher-paying jobs.
By Jason Furman
Ramadan in Djibouti
In the port city of Djibouti, East Africa’s premier trade hub, there can’t be any letup, even during Islam’s most holy month
By James Jeffrey
Scotland After Brexit
The recent Brexit referendum has given new life to the debate about Scottish independence.
By John Curtice
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