Low Turnout at Polls Challenge Legitimacy of Egyptian Government

In spite of the government’s insistence that these elections were part of Egypt’s democratic transition, the low turnout indicates an erosion of political participation that has challenged the legitimacy of the nascent government.

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Christine Todd Whitman Quoted in Politico Article

Politico recently published an article about President Obama's role in the upcoming climate change conference held in Paris and how he will be able to juggle the dual threats of climate change and terrorism, with or without Congress's help.

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The Relationship Between Climate Change and Terrorism: Reigniting the Debate

E&E published an article about the relationship between climate change and terrorism. In it, E&E reporter Jean Chemnick discussed the "rekindling of an old feud" regarding the dangers of climate change, renewed partisan pushback, and policy strategies.

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