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Parting the South China Sea

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Repo men: Chinese soldiers standing guard in the Spratly Islands, February 2016
Parting the South China Sea
How to Uphold the Rule of Law
By Mira Rapp-Hooper
A heavy hand: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in France, October 2015.
Democracy in Decline
How Washington Can Reverse the Tide
By Larry Diamond
The Failures of American Universities in China
Delivering Degrees But Not Values
By Kent Harrington
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A mural in Bogotá representing Colombia's victims of violence, November 2016.
Colombia's Fragile Peace
Why a Deal With the FARC Still Isn't Guaranteed
By Román D. Ortiz
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Russia and Turkey's Rapprochement
Turkey's normalization of ties with Russia in late June was a rare bit of good news for the country. But in the coming years, Russia's growing clout in Turkey’s backyard will continue to limit the opportunities for genuine partnership between Ankara and Moscow.
By Jeffrey Mankoff
Good News From Afghanistan
When the United States and its allies began to withdraw their troops from Afghanistan in December 2014, Afghanistan’s economy collapsed, unemployment soared, and hundreds of thousands of Afghans fled the country. But recently, Afghanistan's government has adopted several significant reforms. For the first time in many years, Afghans have real grounds for optimism.
By Javid Ahmad
American Political Decay or Renewal?
The gap in the United States between the fortunes of the elites and those of the rest of the public has come to dominate national politics. What really needs to be explained is not why populists have been able to make such gains this cycle but why it took them so long to do so.
By Francis Fukuyama
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