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A Line In the Sea

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Chinese dredging vessels are purportedly seen in the waters around Mischief Reef in the disputed Spratly Islands
A Line In the Sea
How the Philippines Decision Could Settle the South China Sea
By Robert A. Manning and James Przystup
A female Saudi telephone operator works at the International Medical Center in Jeddah June 4, 2007.
Guardians of the Gender Gap
How Saudi Arabia's Guardianship System Harms Women—and the Economy
By Hala Aldosari
Tunisia's Parliament Reshuffle
A Fresh Start or False Hope?
By Sarah E. Yerkes
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At Lagos Fashion and Design Week, Nigeria, October 2013.
The Many Africas
Beyond Continental Caricatures
By Ian H. Solomon
Britain’s vote to leave the European Union has shocked the world. We’ve covered the story from the start, and are delighted to present the first comprehensive analysis of it anywhere.

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Capitalism in Crisis
Three recent books collectively offer a biography of capitalism: where it came from, what went wrong, and where it may be going in a world of stagnant living standards, widening inequality, and rising carbon emissions. The picture they paint is bleak, featuring tension between the imperatives of markets and the desires of publics.
By Mark Blyth
Stranger Than Fiction in Turkey
There is no shortage of conspiracy theories surrounding the Turkish coup on July 15. Although some of these intrigues are the product of speculation or popular imagination, others are actually grounded in reality.
By Ryan Gingeras
The International Energy Agency's Hybrid Model
The International Energy Agency has been quietly expanding its tent in ways that promise to bring economic, environmental, and even geopolitical benefits to OECD states and a number of emerging economies.
By Stewart Patrick and Naomi Egel
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