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China Is Playing Peacemaker in Myanmar, but with an Ulterior Motive

China Is Playing Peacemaker in Myanmar, but with an Ulterior Motive

Beijing is trying to end the long-running conflicts along its border with Myanmar — but only because it can't exploit the region's resources at will anymore.

Can Good Television Beat the Islamic State?

Can Good Television Beat the Islamic State?

How a Saudi television network — with a hand from Hollywood showrunners — is countering the narrative of terrorist propaganda.

Trump’s Damning Global Retreat on Human Rights

Trump’s Damning Global Retreat on Human Rights

The administration has already made it abundantly clear that supporting open societies, free speech, and the protection of civilians is of little concern.

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What Is ‘War’ Anymore?

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