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What to expect from the U.S. on Venezuela?
With two months to go until the 2020 presidential election, U.S. policy on Venezuela faces new urgency. While the country has been used as a political football for domestic reasons, the crisis in Venezuela has serious consequences for the interests of America and its regional partners. Resolving that crisis is ...
Botswana-South Africa row tests regional balance of power
Relations between Botswana and South Africa have become tense after the former hired a right-wing advocacy group to sue in the latter’s courts over millions of dollars allegedly laundered and intended to finance a coup. The move emphasizes the South African government’s tenuous grip on power and the deteriorating rule ...
Disastrous economic and social ideas are making a comeback
It is hardly a coincidence that a new monument of Karl Marx, the creator of socialist philosophy, was erected with great pomp in the city of his birth in 2018. Marxist thinking has been undergoing a renaissance for all sorts of wrong reasons, including in academic and political circles. Beware, ...
Reassessing the geopolitics of rising China
The U.S. secretary of state calls the task of finding more creative and assertive ways to contain China the “mission of our time” for the Western world. The challenge is not going to be easy as the Chinese Communist Party has taken clues from the failures of the former Soviet ...
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