Newsletter: FP Editor’s PIcks.


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Defense hawks. South Korea’s supposedly dovish current administration is raising eyebrows by engaging in a furious arms race. Its manic pace of weapons development shouldn’t be surprising, S. Nathan Park writes.

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Second persecution. Rohingya refugees in India face deplorable living conditions and are increasingly persecuted for the same reason they were in Myanmar: their religion, Tarushi Aswani writes.

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Impractical solution. A recent essay in FP argued that Jordan’s annexation of the West Bank could help resolve the Arab-Israeli conflict. It would actually threaten Jordan’s stability and deny Palestinians the right to self-determination, Zaid Omar Nabulsi writes.

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Escalation or stability? Beijing has tested a new nuclear weapons delivery system that could trigger an arms race—or encourage a more stable relationship. FP’s Emma Ashford and Matthew Kroenig discuss in our It’s Debatable series.

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Obstructing peace. The International Criminal Court is supposed to facilitate peace in post-conflict societies. But in many situations, its blind pursuit of justice undermines reconciliation efforts, Jessica Moody writes.

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