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Q&A with Eyyup Doru

  • Trump’s Iran Deal

  • Forecast Gives Xi Clear Skies Ahead

  • On Trump, Afghanistan, and the Plunder Doctrine

  • Javad Zarif’s “Sophisticated” Plan to Influence American Voters and Policy Makers

  • Dirty Ties: The University of New Haven and Saudi Arabia

  • Trump is Trying to Resurrect Preventive War

  • Social Effects of the Qatar Crisis

  • Climate Changed

  • Leprechauns, Nazis and Truncheons

  • The Future of States & Future States

  • Burisma Offers Hope for Ukraine’s Energy Independence

  • Words, Numbers, and Values: Why an Anti-refugee Stance Doesn’t Add Up

  • When it Comes to Fair Trade, the Menu isn’t à la Carte

  • Refugees Matter, for Us and the World

  • There’s Never an “Appropriate Time” to Protest

  • Nuclear Weapons, ICAN and the Nobel Prize

  • Revisiting the Killing of Muhammad al-Dura

  • Boris Johnson goes Caracas

  • Why the U.S. Should Trust China on North Korea

  • ‘Mirziyoyev Model’: Break from the Past and New Shape of Uzbekistan

  • Somaliland and the Death of Cash

  • Don’t Worry, Rocket Man and Dotard Are Still in Control

  • The Unhinged Rise of Swedish Nationalism

  • Biological Weapons and Virtual Terrorism

  • How Did Trump Handle His First UN General Assembly?

  • A Cuban Mystery: The U.S. Embassy in Havana

  • On the Radicalization of Young Moroccans

  • The Most Successful Macroeconomic Policy Of All Time

  • What Would Kant Tell Putin?

  • Lebanese Politician: Greatest Threat Facing Lebanon is Iran and Syria

  • The Beginning and End of Press Freedom in Cambodia

  • Shaping Eurasia’s Future: Unintended Consequences of Abrogating Iran’s Nuclear Deal

  • A Win-Win Solution for the North Korean Stand-off?

  • Kurdistan’s Referendum Gamble

  • Resiliency and Healing in Cambodia

  • Angela Merkel: The Ikea Politician

  • China’s Leverage over ‘Rocket Man’ is key to Avoiding Nuclear War in East Asia

  • Russia & Venezuela: From Allies to Patronage?

  • Brexiting Hard: Boris Johnson Goes to War