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Iran's Shanghai Dream
 
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Israel’s Evolving Military
 
Conventional Arab armies no longer pose much of a threat to Israel, unlike militant groups such as Hezbollah and ISIS. As it defends against such unconventional threats, the Israel Defense Forces will also have to navigate the changing nature of Israeli society.
 
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Watching American Democracy in China
 
Depending on the eventual outcome of the election and its long-term impact, the Trump phenomenon may change how the Chinese think about democracy.
 
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The Clinton Legacy
 
As secretary of state, Hillary Clinton helped restore America’s standing in the world, but she left office with no signature achievement. If she gets her way, her tenure as the country’s top diplomat will come to be seen simply as a stepping-stone to the presidency.
 
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