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Majalla

The “Great Firewall” of China


Thomas J. Shattuck

Majalla In the lead up to the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China this coming autumn, there have been a number of crackdowns in cyber space. ...

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Taipei Times

The Taiwanese, a force for freedom


Thomas J. Shattuck

Taipei Times In the middle of last month, Taiwan celebrated the 30th anniversary of the end of nearly 40 years of martial law. To mark the occasion, President Tsai ...

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The National Interest

A True Afghanistan Counterinsurgency Is Trump’s Only Hope


John A. Nagl

The National Interest Last night, Donald Trump became the third consecutive U.S. president to commit to a counterinsurgency strategy in Afghanistan. He did not do so willingly; indeed, like ...

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The Washington Post

The United States can look to the Far East for advice on its monuments


Thomas J. Shattuck

The Washington Post As the United States grapples with the horrific events that occurred in Charlottesville, it is clear that the country has a lot to learn about how ...

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The Indian Express

Seize the Doklam crisis


Jacqueline Deal

The Indian Express Every crisis is an opportunity, and the current stand-off in Doklam is no different. Our aim in this piece is to suggest modest, incremental ways in ...

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Foreign Affairs

The Muslim Brotherhood’s Fatal Mistake


Eric Trager

Foreign Affairs On August 14, 2013, in what came to be known as the Rabaa massacre, Egyptian security forces stormed Muslim Brotherhood-led sit-ins at public squares in Cairo and ...

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The Washington Post

Six years after the Arab Spring, Morocco is experiencing its own unrest


Vish Sakthivel

The Washington Post Morocco has long enjoyed a reputation as one of the most stable regimes in the region, but ongoing protests in the northern province of Rif have ...

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The Conversation

The UK urgently needs a vision for the future


Andrew Glencross

The Conversation Brexit is the most divisive issue in UK politics for generations. But one thing all commentators agree on is that the ongoing talks over exiting the EU ...

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Providence Journal

Thinking about a Korean war


Mackubin Thomas Owens

Providence Journal What’s happening in Northeast Asia? Last week, the war drums were beating, the swords were rattling, the pundits were opining. Things have settled down, but the question ...

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Outside Publications

THE BATTLE FOR BAIKAL


Kevin J. McNamara

A chapter of Kevin McNamara’s book, Dreams of a Great Small Nation: The Mutinous Army that Threatened a Revolution, Destroyed an Empire, Founded a Republic, and Remade the Map ...

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