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Where the Turkish Military Fails, Egypt's Succeeds

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A damaged window is pictured at the police headquarters in Ankara, Turkey, July 18, 2016.
Where the Turkish Military Fails, Egypt's Succeeds
Here's Why
By Steven A. Cook
The Karakal Battalion during its first winter training session, held in an open area in Southern Israel, November 13, 2007.
Expand the Draft to Women
How Europe Is Beefing Up the Armed Forces
By Elisabeth Braw
Turkey's Troubling Turn
Terrorism and Security After the Attempted Coup
By Soner Cagaptay
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Nigeria's Breaking Point
Letter from Maiduguri
By Hilary Matfess
The Apocalypse in U.S. Political Thought
With the promise of a raucous Republican National Convention this week, Americans can expect Trump to double down on catastrophic despair and redemptive hope.
By Alison McQueen
Erdogan's Prophecy
From now on, Erdogan will not only be the president who successfully beat back an attempt to overthrow him—he will also be the one who was right all along.
By Michael J. Koplow
Which Brexit Will May Choose?
May faces an impossible tripartite task: to deliver on Brexit while at the same time keeping her party together and her country united. Realistically, she will have to choose two out of the three.
By Matthias Matthijs
Bridges to Nowhere
Over the past ten years, the BRICS—Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa—have built hundreds of grand infrastructure projects. But as these governments emphasized speedy, showy results, they paid less attention to quality, and corruption thrived.
By Christopher Sabatini
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