Will U.S. Midterm Results Affect Washington’s Foreign Policy?

A Republican-led House could mean a more hawkish stance on China and less aid for Ukraine—or more of the same. Read More Here

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Pakistan’s New Old Order

A coalition of more than half a dozen disparate political parties that have formed the new government illustrates the return of the old order. With a few exceptions, they are all old faces in the cabinet — tried and tested. The status quo remains, and dynastic politics has strengthened its hold. Read More Here

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Food Prices, Elections, And The Wagner Group In Africa

Africa is no stranger to food riots and the resulting political unrest. Experts have linked the Arab Spring, the series of upheavals in North Africa and the Middle East that led to regime change or protests in Libya, Yemen, Syria, and Tunisia, to food riots triggered by increased food prices in 2008, particularly grain. In […]

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