+++ Robin Niblett: World Order in Peril; Thomas Schmid: The New Ruffians; Claire Demesmay, Thomas Kirchner and Clemens Bomsdorf on populist parties and movements in France, the Netherlands, and Scandinavia; Christine Longin profiles France's shy presidential contender Emmanuel Macron ("Close-Up"); Sinan Ülgen on the situation in Turkey after the failed coup; and Lucian Kim argues for retiring the term "bromance" ("Words Don't Come Easy"), and much more +++
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