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As Amy Coney Barrett wrote herself, religious convictions are real and influential on judges.
Demonstrations against police brutality—organized on social media and powered by artists and musicians—have shown Nigeria’s youth that they have the power to change society.
Italian fishermen are being kidnapped off the coast of Libya—and Rome is too caught up in EU migration politics to help.
The backlash against “forever wars” is no reason to abandon Iraq. Just don’t measure U.S. engagement by the number of troops.
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Thomas Carothers is the senior vice president for studies at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.