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By 2020, some 50 million girls will be married before they reach their 15th birthdays. Child marriage is not only a violation of human rights, it undermines the foreign policy priorities of the United States, writes fellow Rachel Vogelstein in a new CFR report. Read more, what's your take?
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Thank god no man married children then are sick man should be locked on the private parts can use it 
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Thanks +Ken Rutkowski for sharing the Preventive Priorities Survey. What are the 30 global hot spots in the year ahead? View the new expert poll from CFR's Center for Preventive action.
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Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan visits Washington this week. Given the differences between American and Turkish policymakers on Iraq, Syria, and Iran, the visit may be mostly symbolic, writes CFR's Steven A. Cook. Ready why:
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Get a historical look at guerilla warfare worldwide with this new Invisible Armies Insurgency Tracker, by CFR Senior Fellow Max Boot. Which country do you think has seen the most insurgencies in its history? Find out:
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We are delighted to announce that our “Crisis Guide: Iran”
won the Overseas Press Club’s award for "Best Use of Multimedia." Have a look at the interactive guide. Congrats to all the winners!
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