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The Greek crisis is not just about money, or about the appalling state of the Greek body politic. It is about the future of Europe.
An effective strategy to defeat the jihadist group must overcome the deep-seated mistrust between Iraq’s Sunni and Shia communities.
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The focus on security and economic benefits at the expense of reform has contributed either to sustaining autocratic regimes or, ironically, to increasing instability across the Middle East.
In order to put an end to current hostilities in the Arab world, a national, regional, and international consensus is required.
Chinese state-owned enterprises distort traditional price mechanisms to maximize profits, a practice that hinders economic efficiency and inflates GDP figures.
From the self-proclaimed Islamic State to Dylann Roof, internal struggles are the dominant theme in conflict today.
The Chinese navy first showed its flag in the Indian Ocean nearly three decades ago, when it began to make ship visits to Sri Lanka and Pakistan.
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