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World Affairs 7

Putin on Ice

Russia’s de facto recognition of the elections held by separatists in the Ukrainian cities of Donetsk and Luhansk signals its intention to create a frozen conflict in the Donbas region's rebel-control… read more

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Who Lost Ukraine?

It would be a mistake to view Ukraine's ongoing mass protests, triggered by the government’s refusal to sign an association agreement with the EU, as a replay of the country's 2004 Orange Revolution. … read more

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World Affairs 0

When China Rules

While America’s allure is partly its ability to transform others into Americans, the Chinese have tried not to change the world, but to adjust to it. If China becomes a superpower, the Chinese will no… read more

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The Balkans’ New Normal

Ten years after the last war in the region, the Balkans still comprises an assemblage of frustrated protectorates and weak states. And, while people in the region still believe in the EU, they are no … read more

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