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There is no clear mechanism to expel NATO members – but NATO’s survival nonetheless requires purging Turkey. The West should call Erdogan’s bluff.

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Congress is overlooking a straightforward and systemic solution to combating Russia kleptocracy

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Humanitarian organizations like the Red Cross must resist Taliban pressure if they are to remain impartial. It’s better to pull out than to cave in.

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A joint AEI and CAP report analyzes the risks populism poses to stable governments and strong foreign policy. Experts discuss the report and threat of populist movements.

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Turkey’s lira has become dramatically devalued, launching an economic crisis for the country. Experts discuss the causes and implications of the currency’s collapse.

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In this episode of the AEI Events Podcast, Michael Mazza hosts an featuring a keynote address by Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asian and Pacific Security Affairs Randall Schriver.

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Economic relations between the US and China have grown tense amid talk of an escalating trade war. Experts discuss whether it would be feasible for the US to disentangle economically from China.

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The demands of Gdansk shipyard workers led by Lech Walesa in August 1980 went beyond material prosperity and labor standards.

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Bans on veiling, such as the ones adopted in Austria or Denmark, risk inhibiting social integration of Muslim women, trapping them inside of their intolerant communities.

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Vladimir Putin's end game

Any country or political organization that is not explicitly pro-Western will sooner or later end up doing the Kremlin’s bidding.

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