Apoorva Shah

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A woman and her child wait to commence prayer outside of a mosque at the end of Ramadan.

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There remains a widely perceived notion—still commonly held within intellectual, academic, and policy circles in the West and elsewhere—that ―Muslim societies are especially resistant to embarking upon the path of demographic and familial change. But such notions speak to a bygone era

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An old woman begs for food on a busy street in Moscow on Feb. 17, 2009.

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Over the decades since the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the Russian Federation has been in the grip of an unrelenting demographic crisis.

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Calling a Rogue a Rogue

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For years, the threat of instability in North Korea and Pakistan has haunted US foreign policy, challenging the United States to develop an effective plan for confronting and reforming these unstable regimes. And until the US changes course, North Korea and Pakistan–kindred spirits in diplomatic deception–will be happy to continue business as usual.

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