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Russia Winning Arab Hearts and Minds

While increasing numbers of young Arabs see the U.S. as an enemy.

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The Cuban Revolution Is Over

But the dictatorship lives on.

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Putin Enjoys a Trump Bump in New Gallup Poll

But do shifting American attitudes portend a lasting realignment?

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Most Europeans Oppose Muslim Immigration

A new Chatham House survey of ten European countries offers a sobering look at how widespread the public’s opposition to further Muslim immigration has become.

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Xi’s Purges Face Popular Backlash

Even if they had proven popular, the purges were a high-risk proposition from the start.

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EU Free-Rides on NATO, Russia’s Heart Belongs to Vladdy

A new survey by Pew shows that Vladimir Putin has little to fear from public opinion, both in Russia and in Europe.

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The “Nones” and the “Buts”

The use of the category of “Nones” in surveys pertaining to religion should be replaced with “Buts”—that is a category for those who will say something like “I am Catholic, but…” The results of such surveys would be much more enlightening.

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Ukrainians Want to Stay Together

Ukrainians do not want Ukraine to be partitioned, and almost two thirds of the population find a neutral stance between Russia and the EU at least tolerable. Western policymakers most keen on making the crisis with Russia just go away should study these numbers closely.

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Crimeans Love Russia, and Eastern Ukrainians Worry About The Upcoming Elections

Pew’s latest survey has a lot of good data on Ukraine. Here are two troubling data points that jumped out at us.

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Department of Can-Kicking

So much for a breakthrough.

The Noose Tightens

As Putin heads to meet French President Emanuel Macron next week, his security services are interrogating a celebrated Cannes-winning director in Moscow.

TPP Post Trump

Picking up the pieces of TPP may be more difficult than many in Asia imagine, leaving China with an attractive opening.

Atrocity in England

Twenty-two people were killed in a bombing at a children’s concert, the deadliest in the UK since the 7/7 bombings.

Seeing a Pattern...

To lose one President to a corruption scandal may be regarded as a misfortune. To lose two in a row begins to look like carelessness.

Crude Economics

Iraq isn’t towing the cartel line.

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