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The construction of Ethiopia’s Grand Renaissance Dam has spooked its downstream neighbors, who worry that their access to the Blue Nile’s waters could soon dry up.
A year after the state’s special status was revoked, peace remains a distant hope.
Invoking crisis is a favorite tactic of dictators—and widespread misuse of the word robs it of its power.
African nations are fighting to repatriate their artifacts, Washington imposes sanctions on a Chinese paramilitary group, and the United States has a new opportunity to rethink its visa policies.
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Lauren Speranza is the director for trans-Atlantic defense and security at the Center for European Policy Analysis.