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PS Ten Most-Read Commentaries on World Affairs 2016

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Britain’s Democratic FailureKenneth Rogoff says that the real lunacy of the Brexit vote was the absurdly low bar for success.Putin is No Ally Against ISISGeorge Soros believes that Russia’s leader is intent on destroying the EU – and explains why he may succeed.The Closing of the Academic MindChris Patten warns that the main threat to universities in the West now comes from within.The Meaning of BrexitJeffrey Sachs views the UK’s decision to leave the EU as a signal of the need for a new kind of globalization.

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Britain’s Democratic Failure
Kenneth Rogoff says that the real lunacy of the Brexit vote was the absurdly low bar for success.

Putin is No Ally Against ISIS
George Soros believes that Russia’s leader is intent on destroying the EU – and explains...

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