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Front Page Last Updated: Sep 19, 2017 - 11:19:48 AM


Analyses
Segregation and changing populations shape Rust Belt's politics
This summer, in A tale of two Rust Belts, I explored how diverging economic paths in the Great Lakes region help explain political patterns we are seeing today.

Sep 18, 2017 - 8:27:30 AM

Defence & Arms
Vietnamese Warship Sighted
The Dutch-flagged heavy load carrier M/V Rolldock Star made a short stop in Istanbul on 16 September 2017

Sep 18, 2017 - 8:26:16 AM

Business
The Russian Federation will supply the People's Republic of China with gas for 30 years starting from 2019
The project developed by Russia and China involves the construction of a pipeline in order to supply natural gas from the Siberian fields to China over a period of 30 years

Sep 18, 2017 - 8:22:41 AM

Dysfunctions
Democracy without Democrats in Russia
Under a well-functioning system, even the current parties can be a good defense against autocrat

Sep 18, 2017 - 8:21:15 AM

Dark Side
India: Assassinating Dissent
Gauri Lankesh was the editor of a weekly tabloid published in Kannada, the main language of the southern Indian state of Karnataka.

Sep 18, 2017 - 8:20:02 AM


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Africa
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Analyses
Segregation and changing populations shape Rust Belt's politics
Segregation and changing populations shape Rust Belt's politics
Selling Out the Rohingyas
Business
Foray into Down Under
The Russian Federation will supply the People's Republic of China with gas for 30 years starting from 2019
Gaza's clothing makers look to weave their way back into Israeli markets
Dark Side
Unsettling Stability
Will Judge Overturn Arpaio Pardon?
India: Assassinating Dissent
Defence & Arms
Operation Barkhane's Secret to Success
Russia struck Syrian Democratic Forces in eastern Syria, US says
Vietnamese Warship Sighted
Dysfunctions
Cyprus denies selling EU citizenship to rich Russians
Democracy without Democrats in Russia
Two cheers for Reed College
Editorial
The Urgent Need For Joined-Up Thinking on North Korea
Turkish Labour's Heroic Battle With Erdogan
The Jewish Mob and the Nazis
International
Flagging campaign has all but extinguished hopes of ousting Angela Merkel
Israel endorses independent Kurdish state
Kremlin rumored to be ready to replace its leaders in Donbas
Labour
French unions try to strangle workers opposition to Macron
The Wage Gap Between Black and White Workers Is Even Worse Today Than It Was After the Civil Rights Movement
Nigerian govt warns rival labour union, ULC, against strike
Light Side
Expats in Switzerland like the safety but not the locals
Why South Africans Go Mad for These Soggy Fries
Sean Spicer Has Embarrassed Himself Badly
Research
Children of convicts transported to Australia grew up taller than their peers in the UK
Hurricane Harvey and Irma Awoke the Sleeping Giant of Climate Change
The Myth of Deep Throat