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Mosque and State

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A man repairs a minaret at a mosque in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, July 2015.
Mosque and State
The Future of Political Islam
By Malise Ruthven
The Fix: How Nations Survive and Thrive in a World in Decline
It is easy to look at the world today and see nothing but a spiral of disorder, dysfunction, and decline. In this wonderfully engaging book, Tepperman—the managing editor of this magazine—tours the world looking for political success stories that cut against this gloomy outlook. The book identifies ten common but particularly difficult problems, including inequality, immigration, civil war, corruption, and political gridlock, and argues that they are “fixable” when leaders act boldly.
By G. John Ikenberry 
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The Power of a Single Number: A Political History of GDP; The Great Invention: The Story of GDP and the Making (and Unmaking) of the Modern World
By Richard N. Cooper
Waging Insurgent Warfare: Lessons From the Vietcong to the Islamic State
Most recent books on insurgencies have concentrated on how to counter them. Jones turns this around by instead asking what it takes for an insurgency to succeed. This allows him to look at recent conflicts, including those in Kosovo and Libya, in which Western powers supported insurgents.
By Lawrence D. Freedman
The Romanovs: 1613–1918
Montefiore traces in exquisite detail the mind-bending story of the 20 tsars and tsarinas who for three centuries ruled Russia.
By Robert Legvold
Open for Business: Building the New Cuban Economy
Feinberg rightly touts Cuba’s expanding private sector, the growth of the middle class, and the country’s increased openness to foreign investment, but he also notes the persistent obstacles to sustainable growth in Cuba— among them the behind-the-scenes struggles between hard-liners and moderate reformers.
By Michael Shifter
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