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Check out the latest piece from the SAIS Review! Author Nicki Softness argues that ISIS is primarily, and potentially exclusively, prioritizing its territorial claims. She argues that this warrants a new strategy from the US-led counterterrorism alliance: one that treats ISIS like a violent revolutionary movement (more akin to the French and Communist Revolutions), and as a potentially legitimate state, rather than a scattered and decentralized ideological network.

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Author Nicole A. Softness argues that ISIS is primarily, and potentially exclusively, prioritizing its territorial claims. She argues that this warrants a new strategy from the US-led counterterror…
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Check out the latest piece from the SAIS Review! Author Vinny Dueñas explores the possibilities for the continued viability of the Chavista party after the end of Nicolas Maduro’s presidency. He asserts that rise of an opposition majority in the Venezuelan legislature in December 2015 resulted in the most concrete protest of President Maduro’s presidency and possibly a rejection of Hugo Chavez’s socialist state legacy.

http://www.saisreview.org/…/…/07/venezuela-chavismo-part-...ii/

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In this two-part series, author Vincent A. Dueñas explores the possibilities for the continued viability of the Chavista party after the end of Nicolas Maduro’s presidency. He asserts that rise of …
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Check out the latest piece from the SAIS Review! Author Vincent A. Dueñas explores the possibilities for the continued viability of the Chavista party after the end of Nicolas Maduro’s presidency. He asserts that rise of an opposition majority in the Venezuelan legislature in December, 2015 resulted in the most concrete protest of President Maduro’s presidency and possibly a rejection of Hugo Chavez’s socialist state legacy.

http://www.saisreview.org/…/06/20/venezuela-chavism...o-part-i/

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Author Vincent A. Dueñas explores the possibilities for the continued viability of the Chavista party after the end of Nicolas Maduro’s presidency. He asserts that rise of an opposition majority in…
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Check out the latest piece from the SAIS Review! In this two-part series, authors Seth Clare and Samer Mosis explore how low oil prices spurred energy reforms in Mexico and Saudi Arabia, and provided them with an incidental vaccine to the populist contagion infecting more diversified, developed economies. While such reforms will likely be painful for many in the short-term, they concede that the long-term economic growth these changes will support are well worth their costs.

...http://www.saisreview.org/…/06/19/populism-in-retreat-part…/

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In this two-part series, authors Seth Clare and Samer Mosis explore how low oil prices spurred energy reforms in Mexico and Saudi Arabia, and provided them with an incidental vaccine to the populis…
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Check out the latest piece from the SAIS Review! In this two-part series, authors Seth Clare and Samer Mosis explore how low oil prices spurred energy reforms in Mexico and Saudi Arabia, and provided them with an incidental vaccine to the populist contagion infecting more diversified, developed economies. While such reforms will likely be painful for many in the short-term, they concede that the long-term economic growth these changes will support are well worth their costs.

...http://www.saisreview.org/…/…/18/populism-in-retreat-part-i/

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In this two-part series, authors Seth Clare and Samer Mosis explore how low oil prices spurred energy reforms in Mexico and Saudi Arabia, and provided them with an incidental vaccine to the populis…
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Check out the latest piece from the SAIS Review! Author Joniel Cha highlights the details of the recent polio outbreak in Ukraine, and presents key factors explaining Ukraine’s failure to adequately respond and contain it. Cha then suggests policy prescriptions aimed at stopping the outbreak and eradicating poliovirus from Ukraine.

http://www.saisreview.org/…/05/12/polio-eradication-ukraine/

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Author Joniel Cha highlights the details of the recent polio outbreak in Ukraine, and presents key factors explaining Ukraine’s failure to adequately respond and contain it. Cha then suggests…
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Check out the newest piece from the SAIS Review! Author Valentin Sierra demonstrates how ICT adoption by small and medium-sized enterprises can spur long-term gains in firm productivity, competitiveness, and facilitate economic development in Latin America.

http://www.saisreview.org/…/03/small-businesses-latin-amer…/

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Author Valentin Sierra demonstrates how ICT adoption by small and medium-sized enterprises can spur long-term gains in firm productivity, competitiveness, and facilitate economic development in Lat…
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Check out the latest piece from the SAIS Review! Author Ali Cinar, President of the Turkish Heritage Organization, argues that leaders from both Turkey and NATO should reaffirm their mutual strategic commitments, as cooperation is imperative to advancing the interests of leaders in Turkey and other NATO partner countries, such as effectively fighting ISIS and managing other threats emanating from the Middle East.

http://www.saisreview.org/…/04/28/turkey-nato-better-toget…/

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Author Ali Cinar argues that leaders from both Turkey and NATO should reaffirm their mutual strategic commitments, as cooperation is imperative to advancing the interests of leaders in Turkey and o…
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Check out the latest article from the SAIS Review! Authors Simi Mehta and Mohsin Amin provide a snapshot of India’s energy demand and import scenario and discuss relevant government schemes for fuel efficiency. In addition to offering policy prescriptions, they conclude that due to geopolitical uncertainties and fuel price volatility, India urgently needs to integrate growth in the energy sector with its overall economic growth strategy, and simultaneously ensure the sustaina...bility of the environment.

http://www.saisreview.org/2017/04/27/indias-new-challenge/

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Authors Simi Mehta and Mohsin Amin provide a snapshot of India’s energy demand and import scenario and discuss relevant government schemes for fuel efficiency. In addition to offering policy prescr…
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Tomorrow (Tuesday, April 18) is the launch event for the SAIS Review's special edition on "The Future of the Religious Party"! Register for this free event at the Eventbrite link below:
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Check out the latest article from the SAIS Review! Author Jason Margaritis surveys the state of counter-extremism policy in the US, specifically examining the “Empowering Local Partners to Prevent Violent Extremism in the US” (PVE) strategy outlined by the Obama administration in June 2011. Margaritis then examines the limitations and consequences of the strategy.

http://www.saisreview.org/2017/03/27/jihadism-in-america/

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Author Jason Margaritis surveys the state of counter-extremism policy in the US, specifically examining the “Empowering Local Partners to Prevent Violent Extremism in the US” (PVE) strategy outline…
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Check out the latest article from the SAIS Review! Author Mishaal Al Gergawi illustrates a broad overview of the political challenges facing the Middle East, asserting that a resolution to Saudi-Iranian geopolitical competition would greatly mitigate conflicts throughout the region. He concludes with a description of the contours of a potential settlement between these powers.

http://www.saisreview.org/2017/03/02/peace-in-west-asia/

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Author Mishaal Al Gergawi illustrates a broad overview of the political challenges facing the Middle East, asserting that the domestic drivers of such challenges are accentuated by sectarianism. He…
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