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Fishing Boat Diplomacy

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Fishing vessels sail in Hong Kong's Victoria Harbor, July 2012.
Fishing Boat Diplomacy
How Maritime Cooperation Can Help U.S.-Chinese Relations
By Scott Moore
How Turks Mobilized Against the Coup
The Power of the Mosque and the Hashtag
By H. Akin Unver and Hassan Alassaad
The Case Against a Golden Key
Encryption Is a Life or Death Matter
By Patrick Ball
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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
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Born to Fight
In late August, Moaz and Nawraz, a pair of conjoined twins died in Syria. To be sure, the odds were always stacked against the pair, who were joined at the chest and born in the world’s deadliest war zone.
By Annie Sparrow
Ripped Off
Trump is right. U.S. policy toward its allies really is “obsolete.”
By Doug Bandow
Why Zimbabwe's Military Sticks With Mugabe
Zimbabwe is headed for turbulent waters, but the country's military will stay loyal to President Robert Mugabe for the foreseeable future.
By Philip Martin
Preserving Primacy
During the Obama years, the United States’ influence has declined even as threats have grown. A new administration must retain a robust nuclear posture, experiment with new force structures and equipment, and underwrite it all with more spending on national security.
By Mac Thornberry and Andrew F. Krepinevich Jr.
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