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Awkwardness at the G-20

Could the Populist Influences Over the Summit be for the Better? by Rebecca Liao Each year, leaders of the G–20 …

The Schulz Effect Faces Its First Test

Will Reviving Germany’s Social Democrats Be Enough to Unseat Merkel? By Alexander Saeedy With its new leader Martin Schulz, Germany’s …

Merkel’s Last Stand

Letter from Berlin *By Paul Hockenos At first glance, Germany’s upcoming national election in late September looks much like those …

Between Berlin and Ankara

With the EU opening a new chapter in Turkey’s accession negotiations last week, three years after the last chapter was …

Mursi’s Tragicomedy

Whoever became Egypt’s first Arab Spring president would have faced almost insurmountable challenges in realizing a stable and successful transition. …

Small Steps Forward

As the jewel in a rather unpleasant dictatorship’s crown, Almaty was perhaps a strange choice of venue for the latest …