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Iraq’s military responses to the coronavirus pandemic are diverse: creating more tension in Shia civil-military relations, buildingtrust in Sunni civil-military relations, and pushing the government to emphasize sovereignty over externally fueled partisanship.
A just, enduring peace is possible on the Korean Peninsula, but it’s not going to happen just because political leaders decide to formally end the Korean conflict.
What if Trump were to exploit procedural ambiguities and use his bully pulpit to hang on to power? With a slew of recent polls in the United States suggesting his re-election prospects are imperiled, it’s a reasonable question to ask.
To increase the odds of successful police reform, activists and reformers would be wise to look at lessons from countries where changes succeeded and stuck.
The latest crisis between China and India has set off an unseemly round of finger-pointing between the Bharatiya Janata Party and its principal national rival, the Congress, with both sides accusing the other of cozying up to the communist regime.