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Without Nigeria's State Governors on his Side, Buhari's Ambitious Reforms Won't Stand a Chance

Nigeria's new president may have a mandate from the voters. But if he can't get the state governors on his side, his ambitious reforms won't stand a chance.

Shadow Government

Time to Ask Hillary Clinton the Tough Questions

The media has been understandably preoccupied with how various Republican candidates for president have sought to explain their positions on Iraq circa 2002. That is ...

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Marco Rubio Is No Jack Kennedy – and We Don’t Need One, Either

Why America is better off without a “pay any price, bear any burden” president.

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Welsh Penis Artist Votes for Tory MP With Portrait of Male Anatomy

What was likely meant as a lewd protest ended up being counted in candidate Glyn Davies' favor.

Dispatch

Don’t Bring a Dove to a Polish Hawk Fight

As Poland readies for its presidential election, one thing is certain: Russia is a threat.

Dispatch

Glasgow, the Day After a Massacre

What’s left of Scottish Labour licks its wounds, while a victorious Scottish National Party ponders just how it’s going to work with those loathsome Tories.

Passport

Five Takeaways (and a Needlepoint) from the British Elections

It's Maggie Thatcher's world, and we're just living in it.

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