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President Trump’s recent visit to the Middle East (“and Israel”) has been met with international controversy, but some in the diplomatic community argue that his inconsistent approach to regional policy could be just what the Israeli-Palestinian conflict needs. On this week's episode of World Policy On Air, we speak with Sari Bashi of Human Rights Watch about how Trump has been received on both sides of the issue.
Pro-Russian propaganda is on the rise in Bulgaria, but it's typically produced by Bulgarians rather than directed by the Kremlin. Michael Colborne investigates the ways these articles and social media posts serve local political interests by targeting pro-EU and pro-NATO factions.
In addition to the Arctic Council, several institutions in the Barents Euro-Arctic region work on issues related to the environment and sustainable development in the European north. Joël Plouffe, managing editor of Arctic Yearbook, interviews Floridan Vidal, who considers the contributions of Euro-Arctic organizations to promoting regional cooperation despite geopolitical tensions.
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In an interview with Jennifer Ramos of World Policy Institute at Loyola Marymount University, Thaksin Shinawatra, former prime minister of Thailand, discusses economic development, the new Thai constitution, regional relations, and the need for dialogue between opposing factions to resolve the current tensions in the Southeast Asian nation.

February 28, 2017
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