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We believe Lebanon’s public debt is unsustainable. We strongly recommend that the Lebanese government commences with a comprehensive restructuring effort to bring down the debt burden to a level the country can afford.
The EU could benefit from tapping into the smart ideas behind its many successful local projects, and then adapting them to benefit other member states.
The Russian president may never leave the political stage—but he's now ready to take a step back.
Without corrective action, the United States and Europe will drift further apart over the 2020s, regardless of who sits in the Oval Office.
It is time to rethink the belief that solutions are impossible and that encryption means law enforcement officials cannot do their jobs. By breaking the debate down into its component parts and looking at points of agreement, there is a path toward a more fruitful and more civil debate.
The death of Mustafa Kassem, a U.S. citizen incarcerated by the Egyptian government since August 2013, represents a failure of U.S. policy toward Egypt
After taking power in 2016, President Shavkat Mirziyoyev quickly recognized that growing socioeconomic discontent could destabilize his regime, so he launched a preventative program of political and economic reforms.
As the tenth anniversary of the first uprising of the Arab Spring approaches, massive and sustained popular uprisings in Sudan, Algeria, Iraq, and Lebanon have shown that the Arab world is far from finished with the question of democracy.
The British, French, and German foreign ministers have formally accused Iran of breaking the terms of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, a step that could lead to sanctions. Are the Europeans preparing to pull the plug?
There was too little discussion of the current crisis with Iran and too little about each candidate’s conception of the U.S. role in world.