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The Pot of Gold at the End of the Iranian Rainbow

Companies far and wide are drooling over the prospect of an opening to Iran. But doubts over the nuclear deal and the future of sanctions still dampen Tehran’s hopes for an early rehabilitation.

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The Hunted

Uzbekistan’s president has jailed, tortured, and murdered his opponents at home. Now, he’s hiring hit men to track down and kill dissidents abroad.

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Washington and Ankara Need Couples Therapy

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, whom Barack Obama once described as a “close friend,” no longer appears to enjoy that status. Under President Erdogan and ...

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Democracy Lab Weekly Brief, March 16, 2015

To keep up with Democracy Lab in real time, follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Daniel Lansberg-Rodriguez explains why Venezuelans are growing weary of President Maduro’s incessant coup ...

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Turks, Lies, and Videotape

Today’s Turkey is a place where fictitious news reports live on long after they’ve been debunked.

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Democracy Lab Weekly Brief, March 2, 2015

To keep up with Democracy Lab in real time, follow us on Twitter and Facebook. Mokhtar Awad and Samuel Tadros profile an American ideologue who is inspiring a ...

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Turkey’s Tomb Raiders

Turkey's mission to save an ancient tomb in Syria sheds unexpected light on Ankara's complicated regional entanglements.

The Cable

After Criticisms, Obama Speaks Out on Killings of Muslims in N.C.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan blasts President Obama for silence on the murders of three Muslim students in North Carolina.

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