Who gets to use the name ‘Macedonia’? A decades-old row still to be resolved

Neophytos Loizides, University of Kent In the latest volley of a long-running dispute on the right to the name “Macedonia”,

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Inconvenient Truths About Migration

Commentary from Project Syndicate BY ROBERT SKIDELSKYStandard economic theory says that net inward migration, like free trade, benefits the native population

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How Weatherman confused violence with militancy and triggered the downfall of SDS

This article was originally published on Waging Nonviolence. By Jonathan Lerner To those of us deeply immersed in the New Left in

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The Uighurs and China’s Regional Counter-Terrorism Efforts

Originally Published on The Jamestown Foundation Zachary Abuza Members of China’s Uighur population have played a small but important role

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Like the Palestinians, the Kurds Deserve a State

Commentary from Project Syndicate BY SHLOMO AVINERI In Western democracies today, few would deny the moral arguments for Palestinian statehood.

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Global politics at a crossroads

This article first appeared on openDemocracy BY DAVID HELD The retreat to nationalism and militant identity politics is counter to

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How Not to Catch Cancer: a Riposte to Harnessing Weak Institutions to Build Markets

By Roy Lee* In her blogpost “Harnessing Weak Institutions to Build Markets” Professor Yuen Yuen Ang essentially argues that rather

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The Two Backlashes Against Globalization

Commentary from Project Syndicate BY SHASHI THAROOR The reaction against globalization has taken two forms: economic resistance to rising inequality and

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Autopilot Wars

Republished with permission from TomDispatch.com Sixteen Years, But Who’s Counting?  By Andrew J. Bacevich Consider, if you will, these two indisputable

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