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The vast majority of Guatemalans think the country is on the wrong track, but elections are unlikely to lead to improvements.
While saying little, Putin has revealed that military failures are entirely at odds with his vision for the future, while several more rounds of escalation—up to and including strikes on a third country—are something he can envisage.
As one of the most-affected countries in North Africa, Morocco has moved to adapt to and mitigate the effects of climate change, but many difficulties lie ahead.
Germany’s National Security Strategy is a step in the right direction. But it lacks clear priorities, an institutional underpinning, and budgetary planning.
While a negotiated political solution between Israelis and Palestinians is not on the horizon, policymakers must work to ensure that civic spaces in the region and in the United States are free and open so that people with a range of interests can be heard.
Without federal reform, state and local leaders will need to find innovative ways to cope with migration trends within the bounds of existing inadequate policy.
With big data, California policymakers could improve everything from infrastructure to air quality—but first they need the tools to make use of it
The Golden State’s innovative approaches to ballot access should be studied widely.
Seven years after the UK’s decision to leave the European Union, polls show a change in mood owing to economic, political, and demographic reasons. But negotiations to rejoin the EU would be tough and lengthy.
In an interview, H. A. Hellyer explains the context of Egyptian-Iranian relations, which may be closer to normalization.