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Understanding the Coup in Turkey

  Still reeling from the latest terrorist attack in Nice on Bastille Day, the news from Turkey the next night, on 15 July 2016, at first didn’t seem to make sense, which was only augmented...

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Understanding the Migration Crisis

While the refugee crisis arising from the Syrian civil war is not new, recent photographs of a drowned baby boy washing up on a Turkish beach have galvanized people from across the globe to address th...

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Understanding Grexit

Greece's financial woes have been the stuff of Europe's recurring nightmares for the last five plus years. Now that the country is officially in default (arrears, to be precise) for failing to pay bac...

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Understanding Ukraine

With intensifying Russian involvement in what started out as a popular democratic protest against the Ukrainian government, the entire world is anxiously watching as the newest crisis in the region un...

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