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03 September 2015

FOREIGN POLICY'S Editors' Picks: Europe’s migration crisis in photos; and the President of Kazakhstan on his country's nuclear fuel bank 3SEP14


Editors' Picks, presented by Switzerland Global Enterprise: Europe’s migration crisis in photos; and the President of Kazakhstan on his country's nuclear fuel bank


 
  Welcome to Editors' Picks, FP's round-up of the day's best articles.

Today, we look at images from the migration crisis that has swept Europe, a condemnation of the Leopoldo López trial in Venezuela, and a dispatch on Georgia's fight against corruption.
 
 
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BY LAND OR BY SEA: Looking to escape war and poverty in Syria, the Balkans, and North Africa, thousands of migrants sought refuge in the European Union this summer — or died trying. Photos from the crisis: Read more
 
 
 
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KAZAKHSTAN CALLING: “My country is host to an important new initiative that could change how the world talks about nuclear enrichment forever,” writes Nursultan Nazarbayev, president of the Republic of Kazakhstan: Read more
 
 
 
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KAFKA IN CARACAS: The trial of opposition leader Leopoldo López is a cruel travesty of justice — even by the low standards of the Venezuelan regime, Jeffrey Tayler writes: Read more
 
 
 
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CURBING CAMPUS CORRUPTION: First, the Republic of Georgia fired its Education Ministry. Then came the hard part, Christofer Berglund and Johan Engvall report: Read more
 
 
 
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ASSASSINATING CHIANG KAI-SHEK: The reputation of China's Nationalist leader is falling in Taiwan and being rehabilitated on the Mainland. What's going on, Richard Bernstein asks: Read more
 
 
 

 
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