The United Kingdom's decision to hold the EU referendum will go down as one of history’s great blunders, writes CFR President Richard N. Haass.
Op-Ed: Sebastian Mallaby Britain’s Awful Vote May Be a Tipping Point
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The next president's trade policy will affect the competitiveness of the U.S. economy as well as the United States' relationship with allies from Asia to Europe, explains this Campaign 2016 video and issue guide.
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Myanmar's Rohingya continue to face marginalization and ongoing violence with little sign of an international response, writes CFR's Joshua Kurlantzick.
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Around the Web: VICE News Left for Dear: Myanmar's Muslim Minority
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The "dissent channel" memo, which calls for military action to bridge a gap between U.S. goals and actions in Syria, could well influence President Obama's successor, writes CFR President Richard N. Haass.
Primary Source State Department Draft Dissent Memo on Syria
Around the Web: Derek Chollet Inside Obama’s Syria Choices
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Is President Vladimir Putin on a roll or on the ropes? A case can be made for both, and upcoming parliamentary elections might yield some surprises, writes CFR’s Stephen Sestanovich.
Foreign Affairs: Sergei Guriev Russia's Constrained Economy
Around the Web: Economist United Russia, Divided Putin
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