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As protesters in Iraq and Lebanon push back against Iranian influence in these countries, Iran tightens its control.
Well-meaning progressive academics have no business keeping the public safe, Simon Cottee writes.
British voters go to the polls today in a monumental election that will determine the fate of Brexit.
"Without the ability to insure against catastrophic loss, the global credit system as we know it would simply cease to function," Adam Tooze writes.
Wishful thinking about regime change in the Middle East has rarely ended well.
Instead of handing out Russian sanctions, the office ceased to exist.
The editors of Foreign Policy have never endorsed a candidate for political office -- until now.…
"I was sent to a camp at just five years old — but even then, they didn't separate children from families" - recalls his experience in 1941 and compares it with current White House policy.