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The End of the G-20

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China's President Xi Jinping attends a news conference after the closing of G20 Summit in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China, September 5, 2016.
The End of the G-20
Has the Group Outlived Its Purpose?
By Rebecca Liao
Syrian refugees sit inside a housing compound in Sidon, southern Lebanon, June 12, 2016.
What Syrians Want
New Survey Data Show Which Side Refugees Support
By Daniel Corstange
Old School in Nepal
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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
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Fishing Boat Diplomacy
Wise handling of U.S.-Chinese relations should build on preexisting but little-known efforts to improve bilateral cooperation in the global ocean commons.
By Scott Moore
How Turks Mobilized Against the Coup
Mosques, in addition to digital media, played a significant role in mobilizing Turks who were against the coup.
By H. Akin Unver and Hassan Alassaad
The Case Against a Golden Key
Developing a "golden key" or backdoor to the software running on cellphones or personal computers is not only unproductive but also dangerous.
By Patrick Ball
Mosque and State
The Muslim world needs to navigate the Scylla and Charybdis of secular authoritarianism and religious extremism. Trite parables from the Enlightenment falsify European history and offer little guidance. It would be better to recognize the role political Islam can play.
By Malise Ruthven
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