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Why Coups Fail

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A supporter of Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan is silhouetted against a Turkish flag during a demonstration outside parliament building in Ankara, Turkey, July 16, 2016.
Why Coups Fail
The Outcome in Turkey Was No Surprise
By Brian Klaas
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and Chief of Staff General Hulusi Akar at a funeral ceremony for a Turkish army officer killed in clashes with Kurdish militants, in Ankara, February 2016. Erdogan has given the Turkish military a blank check
Turkey's Next Military Coup
How Empowering the Generals Could Backfire
By Gonul Tol
Burning candles, messages, and a drawing pay tribute to victims of the truck attack along the Promenade des Anglais on Bastille Day that killed scores and injured as many in Nice, France, July 17, 2016.
French Intelligence Reform
The Counterterrorism Commission Won't Prevent the Next Attack
By Robin Simcox
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Brazil's interim President Michel Temer speaks during an address to the nation at the Planalto Palace in Brasilia, Brazil, June 16, 2016.
Temer's Victory in Brazil
Can He Pull the Country out of the Quagmire?
By Juan de Onis
Flags fly at half-mast in memory of victims the day after a truck ran into a crowd at high speed killing scores and injuring more who were celebrating the Bastille Day national holiday, in Nice, France, July 15, 2016.
Another Bloody Day in France
After the Attack in Nice
By Camille Pecastaing
Theresa May's Choices
After the Brexit referendum, the policy choices ahead for May are difficult.
By Douglas Murray
U.S. Hypocrisy in the South China Sea
The United States’ long-term efforts to manage China’s resurgence and shape a more rules-based Asian–Pacific order will be more persuasive if Washington overcomes its imprudent resistance to ratifying the Law of the Sea.
By Ali Wyne
The Holes in the Iran Deal
Why financial inspections of Iranian banks could strengthen the Iran nuclear deal.
By Sahand Moarefy
Russian Prayers
The recent Holy and Great Council of the Orthodox Church highlighted the growing influence of the Russian church in Eastern Orthodoxy.
By Jonathan Gorvett
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