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Will Bosnia and Herzegovina Ever Rise Above Its Ethnic Divisions?

Will Bosnia and Herzegovina Ever Rise Above Its Ethnic Divisions?

by    Rejeanne Lacroix

A key flaw of the Dayton Accords and the subsequent political framework established in Bosnia and Herzegovina is that it overlooked the power of identity politics. Once a year, the Day of Republika Srpska attracts international media attention, and abundant discussions over the future of Bosnia and Herzegovina persist for a short period. Happy festivities Read More

A Progressive Roadmap for Post-Trump America

A Progressive Roadmap for Post-Trump America

by    John Feffer

America is ready for something new. Progressives now have an opportunity to remake America and America’s place in the world. Donald Trump has shaken up US foreign policy. Most of what he has done has been disastrous, like pulling America out of the Paris climate accord and the Iran nuclear deal. He has been erratic, Read More

Algeria’s Horizontal Assault on the Political Status Quo

Algeria’s Horizontal Assault on the Political Status Quo

by    Peter Isackson

Algeria may provide the clues to a new era in the history of democracy for the entire globe. When the media questioned a young militant in Bejaia, Algeria, about how the movement represented by the protests that have shaken the regime to the core should be structured, Yanis Adjlia replied: “Pour le moment, la structuration Read More

The Far Right Has a History of Infiltrating the British Army

The Far Right Has a History of Infiltrating the British Army

by    Daniel Jones

The far right recognizes the value, both in training and in terms of access to arms and equipment, that active and former soldiers bring to its organizations. In early October 2018, a photo emerged that showed former leader of the English Defence League, Stephen Yaxley-Lennon (aka Tommy Robinson) posing with a group of Army Cadets. Read More

Will Evo Morales Win Again in Bolivia?

Will Evo Morales Win Again in Bolivia?

by    Javiera Alarcon

Evo Morales’ re-election bid will be a referendum on his current administration. Evo Morales, the president of the Plurinational State of Bolivia, is currently in his 13th year in office, with aspirations of remaining until 2025. He is the longest consecutively serving head of state in Latin America, whose expert deployment of clientelism has continued to Read More

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