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Burma’s Revolution From Below

Elites still think they’re running the show. But farmers are increasingly taking matters into their own hands.

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Winning the Peace in Iraq Is Bigger Than Winning the War

The plan for Iraq's future needs to go deeper than defeating the Islamic State.

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Ethiopia’s Economic Miracle Is Running Out of Steam

Why it’s time for East Africa’s big success story to change the way it does business.

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Now the Czechs Have an Oligarch Problem, Too

How the rise of a powerful businessman threatens to undermine democratic institutions in the heart of Europe.

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Xi Jinping Forever

Is China’s increasingly powerful president angling to break tradition and extend his rule indefinitely?

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Fourth Time’s the Charm: Buhari Ousts Jonathan in Nigerian Election

Africa’s most populous nation has voted out their incumbent president Goodluck Jonathan for a former military dictator, Muhammadu Buhari.

Christian Caryl

How Democracy Is Losing Ground in Southeast Asia

And you thought the Arab Spring was disappointing.

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