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    Anti-elitist politicians in Canada are courting immigrants

    EVER since Doug Ford became the leader of Ontario’s centre-right Progressive Conservative Party on March 10th, he has been asked if he is Canada’s Donald Trump. The two…

    How long will Latin America support “American values”?

    THE last time the leaders of 30-odd countries from the Americas met, in Panama in 2015, the presidents of the United States and Cuba, longtime enemies, shook hands.…

    The Colombian guerrillas who won’t give up their guns

    JUAN MANUEL SANTOS chose his words carefully after signing a peace deal with Colombia’s FARC guerrillas in 2016, officially ending a 50-year-long conflict. “Today marks the beginning of…

    Guatemala votes to demand 53% of its neighbour’s territory

    IT SOUNDS like an outrageous act of provocation. In a referendum on April 15th, Guatemalan voters chose to file a claim at the International Court of Justice (ICJ)…

    Cuba bids goodbye to the revolutionary generation

    RAFAEL is about to finish his degree at Havana University, but his mind is elsewhere. The finance and economics he is learning are “what they use here in…

    Asia

    Mapping out elections for victory

    Electoral changes recently rammed through parliament can mean winning power at GE14 with just 16.5%…

    New Significance to Resumed India-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue

    The two countries are working to put the Doklam standoff behind them, but, for a…

    Singaporeans are in the dark about their next prime minister

    A PILLAR of stability, Lee Hsien Loong, son of Singapore’s independence leader, Lee Kuan Yew,…

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    The Sufi poet and the peculiar whale (part two)

    A commentary on the Sufi poem of the peculiar whale, by the 16th-century Malay poet…

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    The Anashid of the Islamic State: Influence, History, Text, and Sound

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    Hyperlinked Sympathizers: URLs and the Islamic State

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    Russia’s Fifth Column: The Influence of the Night Wolves Motorcycle Club

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    The Labor Market and Terrorism

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    Americas

    Anti-elitist politicians in Canada are courting immigrants

    EVER since Doug Ford became the leader of Ontario’s centre-right Progressive Conservative Party on March 10th, he has been asked if he is Canada’s Donald Trump. The…

    How long will Latin America support “American values”?

    THE last time the leaders of 30-odd countries from the Americas met, in Panama in 2015, the presidents of the United States and Cuba, longtime enemies, shook…

    The Colombian guerrillas who won’t give up their guns

    JUAN MANUEL SANTOS chose his words carefully after signing a peace deal with Colombia’s FARC guerrillas in 2016, officially ending a 50-year-long conflict. “Today marks the beginning…

    Guatemala votes to demand 53% of its neighbour’s territory

    IT SOUNDS like an outrageous act of provocation. In a referendum on April 15th, Guatemalan voters chose to file a claim at the International Court of Justice…

    Americas

    Anti-elitist politicians in Canada are courting immigrants

    EVER since Doug Ford became the leader of Ontario’s centre-right Progressive Conservative Party on March 10th, he has been asked if he is Canada’s Donald Trump. The…

    How long will Latin America support “American values”?

    THE last time the leaders of 30-odd countries from the Americas met, in Panama in 2015, the presidents of the United States and Cuba, longtime enemies, shook…

    The Colombian guerrillas who won’t give up their guns

    JUAN MANUEL SANTOS chose his words carefully after signing a peace deal with Colombia’s FARC guerrillas in 2016, officially ending a 50-year-long conflict. “Today marks the beginning…

    Guatemala votes to demand 53% of its neighbour’s territory

    IT SOUNDS like an outrageous act of provocation. In a referendum on April 15th, Guatemalan voters chose to file a claim at the International Court of Justice…

    Americas

    Anti-elitist politicians in Canada are courting immigrants

    EVER since Doug Ford became the leader of Ontario’s centre-right Progressive Conservative Party on March 10th, he has been asked if he is Canada’s Donald Trump. The…

    How long will Latin America support “American values”?

    THE last time the leaders of 30-odd countries from the Americas met, in Panama in 2015, the presidents of the United States and Cuba, longtime enemies, shook…

    The Colombian guerrillas who won’t give up their guns

    JUAN MANUEL SANTOS chose his words carefully after signing a peace deal with Colombia’s FARC guerrillas in 2016, officially ending a 50-year-long conflict. “Today marks the beginning…

    Guatemala votes to demand 53% of its neighbour’s territory

    IT SOUNDS like an outrageous act of provocation. In a referendum on April 15th, Guatemalan voters chose to file a claim at the International Court of Justice…

    Oceania

    Is Papua New Guinea Outgrowing Australia’s Backyard?

    PNG has good reason to broaden its roster of partners to include China, but Australia has concerns. The Diplomat…

    The Enduring Strategic Logic of the New Australia-Singapore Military Training Deal

    The domestic difficulties of operationalizing an agreement should not detract from its clear strategic logic. The Diplomat…

    Reality Check: Australia’s China Shift Came Before Trump

    More and more Australians see China and the United States as equally important partners for Australia. The Diplomat…

    Where Do Australia-China Ties Go in the Trump Era?

    Wang Yi's trip to Australia shows ever-closer ties between the two countries. The Diplomat…

    Russia and Central Asia

    Macron’s Challenge to Trump

    French President Emmanuel Macron on April 25 delivered a rallying cry for Western world leaders to reject isolationism and stand together in defense of democracy. The remarks…

    Emmanuel Macron’s Balancing Act

    French President Emmanuel Macron appears to be performing a delicate balancing act of addressing US President Donald J. Trump’s dissatisfaction with the Iran nuclear deal while seeking…

    Macron Pitches a New Iran Deal

    French President Emmanuel Macron said on April 24 that he wants to work on a “new deal” with Iran that would retain the 2015 nuclear agreement as…

    The Iran Nuclear Deal: To Leave or Not to Leave

    The future of the Iran nuclear deal—the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA)—hangs in the balance as the May 12 deadline set by US President Donald J.…