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The Return of Europe's Nation-States

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The Return of Europe’s Nation-States
The Upside to the EU’s Crisis
By Jakub Grygiel
An armed paramilitary soldier stands guard after a suicide bomber blew himself up close to a police checkpoint in Peshawar, Pakistan January 19, 2016.
The Marketplace of Terrorist Ideas
Is ISIS Beating the Competition in Pakistan?
By Mehwish Rani
Sergei Rudskoy, head of Russian General Staff's main operations command, speaks during a news briefing on Syria, in Moscow, August 1, 2016.
Iran and Russia's Uncomfortable Alliance
Their Cooperation In Syria In Context
By Mohsen Milani
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The old town district of Stockholm, March 2009.
Misreading the Nordic Model
How American Admirers Get Scandinavia Wrong
By Nima Sanandaji
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How to Fix Brazil
The real cause of Brazil’s problems with corruption is not high-level individual wrongdoing but flawed political engineering. Only an overhaul of the country’s policymaking process can fix its problems.
By Eduardo Mello and Matias Spektor
Debunking Microenergy
Microfinance, microenterprise, and microenergy are no substitute for industry, infrastructure, and grid electricity.
By Ted Nordhaus, Shaiyra Devi, and Alex Trembath
Peace and Democracy in Colombia
Time will tell whether the Colombian government’s sacrifice of democracy for peace was justified, if not just.
By Christine Balling
NYU’s Global Perspective
As someone who studied in three countries and has spent most of my academic career in a fourth, I have a keen personal sense of how important it is for higher education to have a profoundly international outlook.
By Andrew Hamilton
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