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Capitalism in Crisis

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A youth paints a slogan on the wall of the Bank of Greece headquarters as fires caused by petrol bombs thrown by youths burn at the entrance of the bank, during a 24-hour general strike in central Athens, Greece, November 2015.
Capitalism in Crisis
What Went Wrong and What Comes Next
By Mark Blyth
Stranger Than Fiction in Turkey
Why Conspiracy Theories Persist
By Ryan Gingeras
Solar panels in Gansu Province, China, September 2013.
The International Energy Agency's Hybrid Model
How It Manages Rising Powers—for Everyone's Benefit
By Stewart Patrick and Naomi Egel
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Bangkok's Beijing Opera
Beijing opera, considered one of China's national treasures, has found its way to Thailand.
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Russian Envy
Putin's greatest claim to support is supposedly restoring Russia's standing as a great power. But he is actually undermining that goal.
By Gregory Feifer
Democratizing Europe
A proposal for democratic reforms to the EU.
By Richard Youngs
The Kurds of ISIS
Jihadist groups have historically found it difficult to gain wide appeal within Kurdish culture, which is defined by centuries of secular nationalist struggle against Arab regimes. But they do have a historical presence in the region.
By Alexander Meleagrou-Hitchens and Ranj Alaaldin
Israel’s Second-Class Citizens
Israel’s Arab citizens are healthier, wealthier, and more numerous than ever before. But even as their material situation has improved, Israeli Arabs remain boxed out of public life by discriminatory official policies.
By As'ad Ghanem
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