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Democrats Want To Take On The War In Afghanistan If They Win The House. Fellow at Foreign Policy Institute Shamila Chaudhary quoted in HuffPost, 11/6
The Battle Between India’s Central Bank and the Government Has Deep Roots. Director of Asia Programs Devesh Kapur wrote in Financial Times, 11/4
Italy’s Dangerous Budget Showdown With Europe. Director of European and Eurasian Studies Erik Jones wrote in Foreign Affairs, 11/2
U.S. Needs Presidential Norms to Have Faith in Democracy. Director of International Law and Orginizations Tiffany Basciano quoted by New Jersey State Bar Foundation, 10/19

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