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Brazil’s Bolsonaro plays catch-up with his cabinet. Riordan Roett Chair of Latin American Studies and Director of Emerging Markets Specialization Monica de Bolle quoted in Bloomberg, 2/15
Are Russia and China getting closer? U.S. spy chiefs think so. Henry A. Kissinger Distinguished Professor of the Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs Hal Brands wrote in Bloomberg Opinion, 2/14
Debunking the myths of the war in Afghanistan. Visiting Professors of Strategic Studies David Barno and Nora Bensahel wrote in War on the Rocks, 2/12
Iran’s other generation gap, 40 years on. Assistant Professor of Middle East Studies Narges Bajoghli wrote in Foreign Affairs, 2/11


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