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Democratizing Europe
 
How the European Union Can Reform Itself
 
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Israel’s Second-Class Citizens
 
Arabs in Israel and the Struggle for Equal Rights
 
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Building on Success
 
The United States is in a stronger position now than eight years ago.
 
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A FARCical Deal in Colombia?
 
Some Colombians consider the historic deal between the Colombian government and FARC a faustian bargain. But it may be the best and only opportunity for peace.
 
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Will South Africa Split Apart?
 
South Africa’s municipal elections on August 3 were among the most important in the brief history of the country’s democracy. Many will celebrate the corrupt ANC's decline. Yet its poor showing may portend political fragmentation instead of better governance.
 
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Olympic Hurdles
 
Rio is not the first host city to stage the Olympic Games at a moment of political peril. In fact, several Olympics have occurred amid political, economic, and social maelstroms.
 
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