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Here’s What Will Happen If DACA Ends

What would the end of DACA mean for the 704,000 Dreamers currently enrolled? DACA provides a two-year period of work authorization and protection from deportation. A prohibition on renewal applications would, therefore, mean that DACA recipients lose these protections on a rolling basis over the next two years.

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Turkey’s Lira Crisis: ‘Economic War’ Sees Erdoğan Look East for New Allies

Since the new presidential system came into effect, international investors have been trying to understand where Erdoğan would steer the Turkish economy. The signals so far, including Erdoğan’s appointment of his son-in-law as the minister in charge of the economy, suggest a new period of “Erdoğanomics”.

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Saudi Arabia and Iran Reignite the Oil Price War

Considering the intensity of efforts by the U.S. to cut off as much Iranian oil exports as possible, it is unlikely that even Iran's significant discounts to Asian customers will save the country's oil exports.

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Will Imran Khan Resolve Pakistan’s Complex Problems?

Will Pakistan's prime minister-in-waiting and former cricket star Imran Khan, bring stability, revive the economy and bring lasting peace to the South Asian nation?

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Who is Supporting and Courting Extremists in Pakistan’s Elections?

Shocking compromises ahead of Pakistan's elections. Most of the mainstream political parties entered into some sort of arrangements or understanding with members of extremist groups to avoid “attrition and minimize competition.”

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Who Will Win Pakistan’s Elections

Pakistan will go to polls on July 25 to elect a new parliament. Analyst Ikram Sehgal predicts that former cricket star Imran Khan's PTI party may win about 100 parliamentary seats, way short of the magic number of 172. Imran may well win the battle but without coming close to 110 PTI seats, he may well lose the war.

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India Should Not Use Water Crisis to Justify River Linking

Modi’s government should focus on local solutions and stronger governance rather than build large dams and river diversions, argues Ashok Swain.

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Four Things to Know Ahead of the NATO Summit

ECFR experts pick out four main topics to pay attention to ahead of the NATO Summit in Brussels.

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Pakistan’s NAB ‘Effective’ Again

By carrying out self-accountability Pakistan's National Accountability Bureau will become symbolically far more credible, by doing so it will become effective against corruption as it was meant to be.

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3 Breakthrough Technologies Changing the Energy Sector

The future of energy belongs to new tech, and investors hoping to score should look to these exciting new firms for some of those solutions.

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