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What Can Be Done to Bring Back Nigeria’s Girls? American University Expert Carl Levan Has Answers

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Will U.S.-China Relations be Affected by Cyber Espionage Charges? GW Experts Available to Comment

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Cyber Espionage Indictment of Chinese Officials: IU Experts Comment

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Sharma - Latest Indian Election, Modi’s Trillion Dollar Arm

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Q&A on the Ukraine Crisis with Eric Posner and Stanislav Markus

The recent crisis in Ukraine has spurred a new round of thinking about the region’s political and economic situation by UChicago scholars Eric Posner and Stanislav Markus.

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Pepinsky - Latest Thai Political Battle Sets the Stage for Return to Unrest

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Boko Haram Abduction an Outrage with Colonial and Cold War Roots

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Reconciliation Agreement Between Palestinian Parties Fatah and Hamas

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Will President Obama’s Asia Trip Restore Allies’ Confidence?American University Experts Available for Analysis

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Centuries of Global Democracy Have Been Provoked by Who Lived Next Door

There is now concrete evidence that, repeatedly over the last 200 years, nations have moved toward democracy not for the reasons assumed for years but because of strong networks between non-democratic states and their democratic neighbors.







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