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The Spirit of America

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The Spirit of America
The Role of Alcohol in U.S. History
By Susan Cheever
A picture of U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump hangs outside a house in West Des Moines, Iowa, United States, January 15, 2016.
Is America Great?
How the United States Stacks Up
By Edward Alden and Rebecca Strauss
The Swiss Model
Why It Won't Work for the United Kingdom
By Lukas Kaelin
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Scotland After Brexit
Will It Leave the United Kingdom?
By John Curtice
Germany’s New Global Role
Over the past two decades, Germany’s global role has undergone a remarkable transformation. Today, the country is a major European power that attracts praise and criticism in equal measure. To understand how it sees its place in the world, look to the nation's recent history.
By Frank-Walter Steinmeier
North Korea's Caste System
Songbun, the sociopolitical classification that determines the status of North Korean citizens based largely on their family’s history of perceived loyalty to the government, is a pillar of Pyongyang's systematic violations of human rights.
By Phil Robertson
Stateless and for Sale in the Gulf
Gulf countries are now paying the cash-strapped Comoros to take stateless people off their hands
By Pardis Mahdavi
American Political Decay or Renewal?
The gap in the United States between the fortunes of the elites and those of the rest of the public has come to dominate national politics. What really needs to be explained is not why populists have been able to make such gains this cycle but why it took them so long to do so.
By Francis Fukuyama
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