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Pakistan's political and military elites have been closing their eyes to extremist violence for way too long.
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Russia is already militarily securing the new economic opportunities that melting ice in the Arctic is uncovering.
A recent raid on media outlets and legislation changes point to intensifying securitisation of the Turkish state.
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