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Brazil’s Next Elections Bring the Risk of Social Unrest 

Brazil’s Next Elections Bring the Risk of Social Unrest 

The upcoming general election in Brazil brings the risk of political violence and instability similar to the United States’ experience on Jan. 6, 2021. Claudia C. Gago Ostos writes that the Biden administration needs to consider how it would react to such circumstances in Brazil – and how it intends to reset U.S. relations with Brazil regardless of the election’s outcome.

The Global Consequences of America’s Anti-Abortion Agenda

The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to roll back the protections for abortion access will have consequences far beyond women’s healthcare in the United States. The decision will affect force readiness for the U.S. military, Washington’s international standing, and the ability for the U.S. to provide ability to provide effective humanitarian aid abroad. In this Dossier, Emily Prey and Kinsey Spears examine the far-reaching effects of the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision and the steps the U.S. government should take to protect abortion care and bodily autonomy.

‘Revenge for the Two Sheikhs’: ISIS Renews Itself in the Syrian Desert

After what appeared to be a lull, the Islamic State group is experiencing a resurgence in Syria even as its presence has dwindled in Iraq, its former center of gravity. Failures in U.S. policy made Syria a fertile ground for ISIS to launch attack campaigns and attract new recruits. In this Net Assessment, Abdullah al-Ghadawi examines the circumstances leading to the group’s regeneration in Syria.

Brazil’s Next Elections Bring the Risk of Social Unrest 

The upcoming general election in Brazil brings the risk of political violence and instability similar to the United States’ experience on Jan. 6, 2021. Claudia C. Gago Ostos writes that the Biden administration needs to consider how it would react to such circumstances in Brazil – and how it intends to reset U.S. relations with Brazil regardless of the election’s outcome.

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