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China's Pakistan Conundrum

Author: Evan A. Feigenbaum

Evan A. Feigenbaum argues that China will not simply bail out Pakistan with loans, investment, and aid, as those watching the deterioration of U.S.-Pakistani relations seem to expect. Rather, China will pursue profits, security, and geopolitical advantage regardless of Islamabad's preferences.

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The Death of the Qaddafi Generation

Author: Mohamad Bazzi

Mohamad Bazzi says that unfortunately for him and for Libya, Muammar al-Qaddafi betrayed his own revolution, just as the other Arab strongmen of his generation had. His death marks the end of the rule of these old-style nationalist leaders.

See more in Libya; Political Movements and Protests

The Shape of Things to Come

Authors: Gideon Rose and Jonathan Tepperman

The idea that we live in an increasingly interconnected and turbulent world is something of a cliché -- yet true and important nevertheless.

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Six Markets to Watch: South Korea

Author: Marcus Noland

South Korea's development over the last half century has been nothing short of spectacular. Fifty years ago, the country was poorer than Bolivia and Mozambique; today, it is richer than New Zealand and Spain, with a per capita income of almost $23,000.

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Six Markets to Watch: Turkey

Author: Daniel Dombey

For much of last year, Turkey's economy seemed almost on top of the world. In May, as huge construction projects moved ahead, Ankara paid off its remaining debt to the International Monetary Fund, ending what seemed to many Turks a long history of humiliation.

See more in Turkey; Emerging Markets