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- snapshotBy Gregory Feifer -March 3, 2015Nemtsov was no ordinary Russian opposition figure. Others may have been as brave, as dedicated, and as intelligent. But none have matched his position as a symbol of post-Soviet promise who reached crowning heights in government and later upheld his ideals as a dogged Kremlin critic.
- snapshotBy Hervé Rakoto Razafimbahiny -March 3, 2015Haiti is at risk of returning to a dangerous cycle of coups and conflict unless the country and the international community work together to tackle the root of the instability: bad governance, corruption, widespread poverty, and inept foreign intervention.
- snapshotBy John B. Judis -March 2, 2015The Democratic and Republican divide over Israel may be at its worst, but bipartisan support for Israel began to erode decades ago.
- snapshotBy Janine Davidson -March 2, 2015The president’s second National Security Strategy articulates a belief in a peaceful, rules-based international order; it also reaffirms the fact that none of this can happen without the leadership of the United States.
- postscriptBy Stathis N. Kalyvas -March 2, 2015Greece and its European partners are now expected to reach a new, long-term deal for the country’s financing by June. Given the dire state of the Greek finances and its continuing exclusion from bond markets, this agreement could take the form of a third bailout reaching 30 billion euros.
- snapshotBy Geoffrey Howard -March 1, 2015ISIS is no longer just an Iraq and Syria problem. For months now, the terrorist group has been pushing into Libya as well.
- snapshotBy Lisa Goldman -March 1, 2015Commentators 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.