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America's Misguided LGBT Policy

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America's Misguided LGBT Policy
How the United States Hurts Those It Tries to Help
By Aaron Magid
Men rest at a construction site in Caracas, February 2014.
Venezuela on the Brink
How the State Wrecked the Oil Sector—and How to Save It
By Lisa Viscidi
French soldiers near the Eiffel Tower, Paris.
Keeping Europe Safe
Counterterrorism for the Continent
By David Omand
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A statue of Mao Zedong in front of smoking chimneys at a factory in Wuhan, March 2013.
China's Carbon Markets
How Beijing Is Leading With Cap-and-Trade
By Paula DiPerna
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The Strategic Costs of Torture
Today, many Americans are considering electing a president who wants to bring torture back. But Washington’s use of torture was not only morally wrong, it also greatly damaged national security. The takeaway is clear: reinstating torture would be a costly mistake.
By Douglas A. Johnson, Alberto Mora, and Averell Schmidt
From Political Islam to Muslim Democracy
My political party, Ennahda—one of the most influential in the Arab world and a major force in Tunisia’s emergence as a democracy—recently announced a historic transition, moving beyond its Islamist origins and fully embracing a new identity as a party of Muslim democrats. Here is why we made the move and what it means.
By Rached Ghannouchi
Parting the South China Sea
July 12, 2016, marked a turning point in the long-standing disputes over the South China Sea. After more than three years of proceed­ings at the Permanent Court of Arbitration, an international body in The Hague, a tribunal constituted under the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) issued a widely anticipated decision in a case the Philippines brought in 2013 to challenge China’s maritime claims to most of the contested waterway.
By Mira Rapp-Hooper
May's Brexit Plan
There are a number of arduous tasks that lie ahead for British Prime Minister Theresa May as she prepares to negotiate the country's departure from the EU.
By Tim Cullen
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