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  • U.S. President Donald Trump and Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan at the annual NATO heads of government summit in Watford, UK, December 4, 2019, photo by Peter Nicholls/Reuters

    A Way Forward for the United States and Turkey

    Jul 9, 2020

    Nilsu Goren, Dalia Dassa Kaye

    Relations between the United States and Turkey, while fraught with tension, must also align with a mutual interest in stability in the Middle East and preventing the spread of weapons of mass destruction. It may be important for the region's stability and prosperity to find constructive ways for the United States to work with Turkey in the years ahead.

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    Personal Savings

    A Tale of Two Americas

    While a confluence of crises have spotlighted a dangerous divide, inequality in the United States has been increasing for decades, and cannot be undone in a hurry. There is no substitute for firm policy commitment over many years to address disparities in the basic aspects of life—education, health, jobs, financial and business participation, and justice.

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    Law Enforcement

    How to Transform Policing

    Jul 9, 2020

    John S. Hollywood

    The killing of George Floyd along with other abuses of power against Black Americans have been horrifying, bringing about growing calls to alter how we conduct public safety and, more broadly, criminal justice in America. Evidence shows there is substantial room for improvement.

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