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    Of the many conventional wisdoms of American foreign policy, none is more misleading than the notion that the Iraq War was a product of liberalism, argue Daniel Deudney and G. John Ikenberry in the new edition of Survival.

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    Venezuela’s deepening crisis

    Venezuela's currency has collapsed, and shortages of food and medicine have produced widespread poverty and malnutrition. President Nicolás Maduro is increasingly autocratic and the country appears to be moving towards a political tipping point in favour of the opposition.

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    Franco-German cooperation

    Bright future for European defence?

    We look beyond recent announcements to examine what the true strategic mindsets are in Paris, Berlin and beyond.

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