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Sudan On the Road to Revolution or Violence
Sudan: On the Road to Revolution or Violence?

Sudan is at a crucial crossroad. The nation has to achieve positive ends after long protests that culminated in a partial...

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Turkey s New Economic Challenges under the New Normal
Turkey’s New Economic Challenges under the New Normal

Decoupling from a global economic trend is a difficult task; achieving it requires implementing reforms in a systematic,...

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