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The Strategic Costs of Torture

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The human toll: at Guantánamo Bay, January 2002.
The Strategic Costs of Torture
How “Enhanced Interrogation” Hurt America
By Douglas A. Johnson, Alberto Mora, and Averell Schmidt
Women draped in Salafi, Palestinian, and Tunisian flags walk the streets in Tunis, January 2013.
From Political Islam to Muslim Democracy
The Ennahda Party and the Future of Tunisia
By Rached Ghannouchi
Repo men: Chinese soldiers standing guard in the Spratly Islands, February 2016
Parting the South China Sea
How to Uphold the Rule of Law
By Mira Rapp-Hooper
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May's Brexit Plan
Strategies for Leaving the EU
By Tim Cullen
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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Misreading the Nordic Model
Americans should not stop admiring Nordic society, but it is time to learn the true lesson from the Nordics—the importance of free markets, strong norms, and policies that encourage citizens to maintain those norms.
By Nima Sanandaji
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
The Wives of Boko Haram
Despite its reputation for gross human rights abuses, particularly against women and girls, it appears that Boko Haram’s stature among the women it courts for marriage is less sullied.
By Hilary Matfess
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