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The old town district of Stockholm, March 2009.
Misreading the Nordic Model
How American Admirers Get Scandinavia Wrong
 
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An antigovernment demonstration in Brasília, March 2016.
 
How to Fix Brazil
 
Breaking an Addiction to Bad Government
 
By Eduardo Mello and Matias Spektor
 
 
The Wives of Boko Haram
 
The Women Who Willingly Married Militants
 
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Repo men: Chinese soldiers standing guard in the Spratly Islands, February 2016
 
Parting the South China Sea
 
How to Uphold the Rule of Law
 
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Ending Endless War
 
The United States used to refrain from aggressive military action, but since the Cold War ended, Washington’s desire to shape the global security environment has led to permanent war. The next administration needs a new, limited, doctrine whose ultimate aims are defense and deterrence.
 
By Andrew J. Bacevich
 
 
 
In Iran, the Wounds of the Revolution Reopen
 
There are no shortages of examples of this brutality in the 37-year history of the Iranian revolution—particularly in the first decade. But an audiotape from nearly three decades ago that has recently surfaced in Iran, throws the spotlight on perhaps the most horrific episode of the country’s clerical rule.
 
By Kasra Naji
 
 
 
A Syrian War By Other Means
 
The international community must use its diplomatic heft to strive for real and unfettered humanitarian access for civilians inside Syria with a cessation of hostilities that is not tied to political imperatives should be the immediate goal.
 
By Gayle Tzemach Lemmon
 
 
 
The Chinese Villages Undermined By Overmining
 
In the central Chinese province of Shanxi, decades of careless coal mining have so exhausted the earth that it can no longer hold the dozens of villages that sit above it.
 
 
 
 
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