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Vehicles cross the recently built bridge across the Golden Horn bay in Russia's far-eastern port of Vladivostok August 9, 2012.
Abe and Putin Make Peace
Why Japan and Russia Are Working Together
By Joshua W. Walker and Hidetoshi Azuma
Cape Town's Table Mountain, lit with red lights to mark World AIDS Day, December 2010.
Powering Africa
How Captive Generation Can Electrify the Continent
By Morgan D. Bazilian and Megan Reilly Cayten
At a pro-EU demonstration in London, June 2016.
The Return of Europe’s Nation-States
The Upside to the EU’s Crisis
By Jakub Grygiel
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At the Sixth Tokyo International Conference on African Development in Nairobi, Kenya, August 2016.
Japan's Pivot to Africa
Abe's Development Pitch
By J. Berkshire Miller
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The End of the G-20
Asking countries to incrementally but broadly give up their sovereignty is not a worthwhile endeavor for the G-20, or for any multilateral organization.
By Rebecca Liao
What Syrians Want
Gathering systematic data on Syrian public opinion is, of course, hard—if it were not, it would already be done. A recent survey of 2,000 Syrian refugees in Lebanon is meant to fill a small part of this immense gap.
By Daniel Corstange
Old School in Nepal
After the passing of his wife, Durga Kami, 68, enrolled in the tenth grade at Shree Kala Bhairab Higher Secondary School in Syangja, Nepal.
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
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