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Turkey's Hope
 
After last week’s failed coup in Turkey, observers quickly began fretting that the Recep Tayyip Erdogan government turn to authoritarianism.
 
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Constitutional Revision in Japan
 
Revising Japan's constitution is a lengthy, complicated process—and if Shinzo Abe manages to complete it, it will be a sign not of Tokyo's militarism but of Japan's vibrant democracy.
 
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Putin Is Still Standing
 
The current Russian government survives because it has successfully placated the elites who have become fabulously rich and powerful thanks to Putin’s crony capitalism.
 
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Let Them Make Nukes
 
The cost to Washington of maintaining its many allied defense commitments outweighs the benefits.
 
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