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The killing of a top nuclear scientist has unsettled Tehran, but it's still talking about a new deal with the United States. [Read More]
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Benjamin Netanyahu's coalition partner has signaled he is ready for fresh elections amid an impasse over a 2021 budget. [Read More]
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The RCEP truly is a China-style trade agreement: platitudinous and ineffective. [Read More]
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The country went through three presidents in a week in November—and it might soon have another if it doesn't pursue a constitutional referendum like neighboring…... [Read More]
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While seasoned federal officials are being fired, Trump's loyalists are coming back, threatening fresh tensions between the outgoing administration and Congress. [Read More]
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Donald Trump isn't the only right-wing populist to govern with aggression—and do surprisingly well with women. [Read More]
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With its mission in Afghanistan under threat, NATO needs a new raison d'être. China may become a convenient foil. [Read More]
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The Defense Department's inspector general found that the United Arab Emirates is financing Russian Wagner Group mercenaries—just as Trump aims to sell the UAE billions…... [Read More]
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The case for a truth commission in the United States... [Read More]
Turkey's problem is the president himself; improvement won't come until he leaves. [Read More]
The next USAID chief will grapple with a pandemic, galloping food insecurity, and allegations of chronic mismanagement under Trump. [Read More]
The U.S. president-elect wants to reengage with Iran, but Israel has other plans. [Read More]
Recreating democratic values means ditching the excuse of tradition. [Read More]
The Saudis need to get on Biden's good side. Obvious places to start include releasing women's rights activists. [Read More]
Washington has sidelined Africa for too long. The Biden administration should take a new approach. [Read More]
November brought results in the U.S. presidential election and a sharp rise in coronavirus cases around the world—plus a deadly attack at an Afghanistan university…... [Read More]
Though not alone in its destructive practices, Beijing's rapacious fleet causes humanitarian disasters and has a unique military mission. [Read More]
The Biden administration should prioritize one of America's most important allies. [Read More]
The killing of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, a top nuclear scientist, will complicate the incoming Biden administration's efforts to renew the nuclear deal—and could lead to escalation. [Read More]
New agriculture laws are making a desperate situation more dire. ... [Read More]
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