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Instead of increased military interventionism, the United States should adopt the principle of “minimum essential engagement” in the Middle East.
While the Islamic State is losing ground across Libya, divisions among various Libyan factions make it difficult for the unity government to convert the group’s defeat into legitimacy.
The issue of corruption should be central to foreign and international trade policy development and should inform the way U.S. assistance—military as well as civilian—is shaped.
Although it is too early to speculate how the EU’s foreign policy instruments will be affected by Britain’s exit, it is easier to describe the negative consequences than to imagine possible benefits.
India has not addressed the influx of refugees and illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. It’s time for that to change.