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Commentators are arguing about whether Netanyahu is damaging Israel’s security by alienating Obama. It seems unlikely that the White House will cut back on military aid or stop vetoing anti-Israel legislation at the UN.
ISIS is no longer just an Iraq and Syria problem. For months now, the terrorist group has been pushing into Libya as well.
In December 2014, Brazil’s National Truth Commission completed what may be Latin America’s last major investigation into human rights abuses during the twentieth century. The report names names and calls for prosecutions, but whether its findings will lead to justice for the victims remains an open question.
The strategy behind the U.S. pivot to Asia has a missing link: a stronger role in Latin America.
Cryptocurrencies could enable the often neglected developing world to tap into crucial banking services.
India’s environmental crisis is not just endangering human lives, but is also holding back the country’s economy. For Narendra Modi, India’s prime minister, this story isn’t new.
To avoid another failed round of nuclear negotiations with Tehran, Washington must understand why Iran is at the negotiating table.
We poll experts on whether they think the United States should arm Ukraine.
U.S. leaders should not dismiss Chinese President Xi Jinping’s proposal to build a “new type of major-country relations” out of hand if Xi is willing to remove the proposition's references to core interests.
The second Minsk ceasefire agreement had an inauspicious beginning. But hope remains. Much of frontline has calmed down, and the sides have started to exchanges prisoners. Although the recent agreement may not provide a final solution to the conflict, it has good prospects of freezing it.
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