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May's Brexit Mastery

 
 
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Britain's Home Secretary Theresa May, who is due to take over as prime minister on Wednesday, waves as she leaves after a cabinet meeting at number 10 Downing Street, in central London, Britain July 12, 2016.
May's Brexit Mastery
Time for the United Kingdom to Move On
 
By Camille Pecastaing
 
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Outsourcing the War Against ISIS
 
A Dangerous Dependency
 
By Lina Khatib
 
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits the Museum of Qin Terracotta Warriors and Horses, in Xian, Shaanxi province, China, May 14, 2015.
 
Rebalance the Rebalance
 
China, India, and the United States
 
By Alyssa Ayres, Elizabeth Economy, and Daniel Markey
 
 
 
 
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Afghanistan's Concrete Plans
 
Reviving the Cement Industry
 
 
 
 
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Trump, Clinton, and Israel
 
Parallel political upheavals in Israel and the United States could spell great danger for their alliance.
 
By Steven Simon and Dana H. Allin
 
 
 
A Mission Impossible on Israel's Frontiers
 
Roughly 14,000 peacekeepers are assigned to one of four different operations on Israel's borders at a cost of $700 million. And yet, there is actually little peace to keep.
 
By Dennis Jett
 
 
 
The Iran Deal Worked
 
The P5+1 nuclear deal with Iran has halted Israel's march toward war and Iran’s progress toward a bomb.
 
By Trita Parsi
 
 
 
Toward Animal Personhood
 
Every year, humans inflict tremendous suffering upon other animals. They do this because they can—under the law, nonhuman animals are only “things.” Animals will continue to suffer until the law recognizes them as persons.
 
By Steven M. Wise
 
 
 
 
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