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The Global Refugee Crisis: Can We Ignore It Much Longer?

The Global Refugee Crisis: Can We Ignore It Much Longer?

The global forced migration crisis is perhaps the most under-reported and disturbing development facing the world today.

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Athens’ Last Stand

Athens’ Last Stand

Last Thursday, Greece was momentarily shaken out of its crisis funk when Alexis Tsipras announced that he was resigning from the post of Prime Minister.

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China’s Second Continent

China’s Second Continent

China watchers around the world are alarmed at the significant fall in Chinese stock markets. But Beijing may have a few tricks up its sleeve.

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Antagonism with Russia Shifts to Courtrooms

Antagonism with Russia Shifts to Courtrooms

High profile court cases have become the latest battleground between familiar adversaries: Russia and the West.

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The NSC and Foreign Policy Management: A Role for Diplomats?

The NSC and Foreign Policy Management: A Role for Diplomats?

Department of State: Role player under NSC or manager of foreign policy?

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Changing Brazil’s Democracy Without an Election

Changing Brazil’s Democracy Without an Election

The August 2015 protest is the fourth mass protest that has taken place pushing for the Rousseff’s impeachment.

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Redefining Europe

Redefining Europe

How does Europe need to be “redefined”?

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The FPA’s Must Reads (August 7-14)

The FPA’s Must Reads (August 7-14)

Our five favorite longreads and blog posts from the past week.

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Somalia, No Political Legitimacy without Genuine Reconciliation

Somalia, No Political Legitimacy without Genuine Reconciliation

Out of context, all concepts and issues find themselves under the mercy of the dimwitted and exploiters.

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The Iron Dome in NATO-Russia Relations

The Iron Dome in NATO-Russia Relations

Canada made an agreement recently to adopt the radar technology behind the Iron Dome anti-aircraft missile system.

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A Challenging August for Dilma

A Challenging August for Dilma

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff’s approval rating has hit a new low, and with it, a growing sense of instability.

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Kyrgyzstan’s Eastward Slide

Kyrgyzstan’s Eastward Slide

NGOs, aid workers and human rights groups will be the first to feel the wrath of Krygyzstan’s eastward slide.

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Obama’s Foreign Policy “Bully Pulpit”

Obama’s Foreign Policy “Bully Pulpit”

Obama has used the bully pulpit domestically, and there’s a good chance he’ll take it abroad.

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The FPA’s must reads (July 31-August 7)

The FPA’s must reads (July 31-August 7)

Our five favorite longreads and blog posts from the past week.

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Rebuilding Afghanistan: The Way Forward

Rebuilding Afghanistan: The Way Forward

The challenge for Afghan reconstruction is ensuring sustainability.

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