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Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has not endeared himself to his more liberal, reform-minded constituents. Last summer, thousands of protesters took to the streets to demonstrate against Erdogan’s increasingly authoritarian rule. The pri...

Cuffing Turkey’s Courts

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has not endeared himself to his more liberal, reform-minded constituents. Last summer, thousands of protesters took to the streets to demonstrate against Erdogan’s increasingly authoritarian rule. The pri...

After Vladimir Putin invaded Crimea, he was charged with trying to reconstitute the Soviet Union. Although the Russian president has not exactly dispelled this claim, it would be a mistake to cry “Evil Empire!” over one foreign excursion. Not tha...

Justice in Putin’s Russia

After Vladimir Putin invaded Crimea, he was charged with trying to reconstitute the Soviet Union. Although the Russian president has not exactly dispelled this claim, it would be a mistake to cry “Evil Empire!” over one foreign excursion. Not tha...

By Ian Tarr On March 3, 2005, Albert Florence’s wife was driving her husband and their child down a New Jersey road. Unexpectedly, the family was pulled over by a police officer for an alleged speeding infraction. After checking the couple’s info...

Strip Down

By Ian Tarr On March 3, 2005, Albert Florence’s wife was driving her husband and their child down a New Jersey road. Unexpectedly, the family was pulled over by a police officer for an alleged speeding infraction. After checking the couple’s info...