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The Apocalypse in U.S. Political Thought

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Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a rally at the Nugget Casino Resort in Sparks, Nevada, February 23, 2016.
The Apocalypse in U.S. Political Thought
Trump Isn't the First—And He Won't be the Last
By Alison McQueen
Turkish Supporters are silhouetted against a screen showing President Tayyip Erdogan during a pro-government demonstration in Ankara, Turkey, July 17, 2016.
Erdogan's Prophesy
The Coup Attempt Will Leave Him Stronger
By Michael J. Koplow
A boy holds a Union Jack flag in front of a bonfire burning in the Shankill Road area ahead of the Twelfth of July celebrations held by members of the Orange Order in Belfast, Northern Ireland, July 12, 2016.
Which Brexit Will May Choose?
Save the United Kingdom or the Tories
By Matthias Matthijs
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“In Near Abroad, the eminent political geographer Gerard Toal analyzes Russia's recent offensive actions in the near abroad, focusing in particular on the ways in which both the West and Russia have relied on Cold War-era rhetorical and emotional tropes that distort as much as they clarify. Toal provides a compelling analysis of the former USSR and the political quagmires that abound in the region, arguing that nations cannot attempt to approach modern geopolitical conflicts with old-fashioned concepts of distance and theorizing why and how small, local disputes so quickly escalate to the global scale in this day in age”

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Construction continues on a new road being built, which will join the industrial area of Pinetown to the north of Durban and the city's airport, February 2013.
Bridges to Nowhere
Corruption in the BRICS
By Christopher Sabatini
Why Coups Fail
When you zoom out from Turkey and look at the wider world of coups, the Turkish plan looks extremely familiar.
By Brian Klaas
Turkey's Next Military Coup
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has given the military a blank check to wage war against Kurdish insurgents and has struck a cozy alliance with Turkey's generals. But empowering the military could be risky.
By Gonul Tol
French Intelligence Reform
Although France's creation of this U.S.-style National Counterterrorism Center could be a solution, one would be hard pressed to find many people in U.S. counterterrorism circles who believe that the NCTC has been a panacea.
By Robin Simcox
Temer's Victory in Brazil
Brazil's Michel Temer finally made some headway in its struggle to extract itself from the quagmire created by the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff in May
By Juan de Onis
Another Bloody Day in France
For mainstream social democracy to survive in France, and with it the idea of a European Union, the Bastille Day Massacre should also claim the heads of unpopular political figures to open the way for political renewal.
By Camille Pecastaing
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