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Justice or Peace in Colombia

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A man waves a national flag during the "March For Life" in Bogota, March 8, 2015. The event supports peace negotiations between the government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).
Justice or Peace in Colombia
What the Deal With FARC Means for the Country
By Christine Balling
ISIS' Lone-Wolf Strategy
And How the West Should Respond
By Barak Mendelsohn
Roadwork: a map of the Belt and Road Initiative in Hong Kong, January 2016.
China’s Infrastructure Play
Why Washington Should Accept the New Silk Road
By Gal Luft
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Preserving Primacy
A Defense Strategy for the New Administration
By Mac Thornberry and Andrew F. Krepinevich Jr.
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Why ISIS Is Rooting for Trump
An analysis of ISIS chatter on social media and conversations with 12 current and former supporters of the group do indicate that ISIS strongly prefers Trump over the Democratic candidate, Hillary Clinton.
By Mara Revkin and Ahmad Mhidi
Brexit's Gifts to Putin
Vladimir Putin will exploit Brexit in three ways in the short term.
By Elizabeth Buchanan
Europe's Forgotten Refugees
Ukraine now keeps company with Iraq, Syria, and Yemen as one of the world’s leading producers of internal refugees.
By Beth Mitchneck, Jane Zavisca, and Theodore P. Gerber
Water Wars in Central Asia
Tensions rise as the region scrambles to secure a share of the diminishing water supply.
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
The Dangers of Guantánamo
The greatest danger that Guantánamo poses to U.S. national security is not its detainees but its potency as a symbol of injustice.
By Laura Pitter
A Vote for Dictatorship
On August 7, Thai voters opted to support military dictatorship.
By Duncan McCargo
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