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Argentina and Brazil Grow Together

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The Acu Port in São João da Barra, Brazil, June 2016.
Argentina and Brazil Grow Together
Why the Countries Should Embrace Trade—and Each Other
By Shannon K. O'Neil
Supporters shout and gesture as Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir addresses a rally at the ruling National Congress Party headquarters in Khartoum, April 18, 2012.
Arrest Bashir
How the Sudanese Leader Is Getting Away With Murder
By Alexa Koenig, Victor Peskin, and Eric Stover
A staff member removes the Iranian flag from the stage after a group picture with foreign ministers and representatives of Unites States, Iran, China, Russia, Britain, Germany, France and the European Union during the Iran nuclear talks at the Vienna Inte
Can't Have It Both Ways in Iran
Between Accomodation and Confrontation
By Reuel Marc Gerecht and Ray Takeyh
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Jahbahcon Francois, who suffers from cholera, rests in the arms of his mother at the Cholera Treatment Center run by the Haitian Ministry of Public Health and Population (MSPP) in collaboration with Doctors Without Borders (MSF) in Port-au-Prince, April 1
No Immunity from Cholera
How to Hold the United Nations to Account
By Debra L. Raskin and Anil Kalhan
May's Brexit Mastery
The quadrennial excitement of the Euro soccer competition, the green lawns of Wimbledon, and the racetrack at Silverstone provided three weeks of distraction from the consequences of the United Kingdom’s June 23 referendum. Prime Minister David Cameron was resigning, yes, but nothing would happen until his successor was in place, and it would take months for the country’s political parties, all in crisis, to select new leaders. Some supporters of staying in the European Union fancied using the lull to hold a second referendum to confirm the first, which was not binding.
By Camille Pecastaing
Outsourcing the War Against ISIS
Iraq and Syria are essentially outsourcing the fight against ISIS to militias backed by Iran, which could weaken state legitimacy and sovereignty in the long run.
By Lina Khatib
Rebalance the Rebalance
As the United States has focused on East and Southeast Asia, China has won a more prominent role for itself across South and Central Asia.
By Alyssa Ayres, Elizabeth Economy, and Daniel Markey
Afghanistan's Concrete Plans
Afghanistan looks to revive its cement industry by reopening its first and oldest factory.
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