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Pressed

The propaganda war in Kuwait.

Peter Maass |

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Meet China’s New Foreign-Policy Team

Is Beijing using its latest appointments to send a message to Washington?

Willy Lam |

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A Tale of Two Chávezes

For those who loved and reviled Venezuela's president in equal measure, El Comandante leaves behind two very different legacies.

Peter Wilson |

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Camelot in Tokyo

Can Caroline Kennedy shake up Japan’s sexist politics?

Coco Masters |

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The End of an Icon

Venezuelans react to the death of their larger-than-life president.

Peter Wilson |

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Mad Money

Why foreign aid is at the heart of civil war in Congo.

Anjan Sundaram |

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What Happened in Luvungi?

On rape and truth in Congo.

Laura Heaton |

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The Fall and Rise of Raila Odinga

In Kenya's contested election, the tortured past of family dynasty is alive but not quite well.

James Verini |

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The Brotherhood vs. the Free Press

Egypt's new rulers are determined to tighten their grip on the media scene in Cairo. I should know -- they had me fired.

Hani Shukrallah |

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Vote M for Murder

In Kenya, politics is simply the continuation of war, by other means.

James Verini |

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Give Me Shelter

Syrians brave bombs and bullets to deliver aid to their war-torn country.

Justin Vela |

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Sneaking in the Back Door

Did Hugo Chávez quietly slip back into Venezuela to die?

Peter Wilson |

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Hostage for a Day

How I became a bargaining chip in Yemen’s tribal maze.

Adam Baron |

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Inside the Islamic Emirate of Timbuktu

An exclusive trove of al Qaeda documents found in this fabled city shows a theocracy in the making in Mali.

Harald Doornbos |

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Scotch This Plan

Scotland’s decaying capital city shows why this country is not ready for independence.

Richard J. Williams |

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The Laughingstock Next Door

How the Chinese are using Kim Jong Un's antics to mock their own leaders.

Helen Gao |

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Gay Paris

What has taken France so long to step up to the altar of equality?

Eric Pape |

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Revolution, Interrupted

There's a reason Egyptians keep taking to the streets: The Muslim Brotherhood has proved to be little more than the old Mubarak clique with beards.

Hani Shukrallah |

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Cracks at the Core

It's not jihadists who are threatening to destroy Mali -- it's a massive culture of government corruption.

Tristan McConnell |

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Europe's Hezbollah Problem

In the wake of the Bulgarian bombing investigation, will the European Union finally designate Hezbollah a terrorist group?

Benjamin Weinthal |

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A Murder in Tunis

The assassination of a leftist politician has thrown the poster child for the Arab Spring into chaos.

Fadil Aliriza |

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Love Is a Battlefield

Are the Taliban using sex to fight America?

Mujib Mashal |

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Death Comes Quietly in Mali

It’s not Islamic radicals or war that’s killing the poor people of the Sahel. It’s something far simpler.

Anna Badkhen |

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Syria's Secular Revolution Lives On

Islamist radicals may be gaining strength, but the spirit that sparked this uprising survives in the unlikeliest of places.

Omar Hossino |

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Live, from Beirut...

Watching TV with Hezbollah.

Mitchell Prothero |

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Saying UnSorry

Will Japan's new prime minister really take back his country's apology for World War II?

Robert Whiting |

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The Republic of Port Said

An insurrection along the Suez Canal represents the greatest threat yet to the Muslim Brotherhood's rule in Egypt.

Evan C. Hill |

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Israel's New Kingmaker

Yair Lapid's critics have dismissed the former TV personality as vapid and uninformed. They couldn't be more wrong.

Neri Zilber |

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Saving Syrians, One Blanket at a Time

How I became a one-man aid worker in the world's deadliest war zone.

Wijbe Abma |

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Broken Tooth and New Macau

How China crushed the triad gangs and created the world's new gambling Mecca.

Benjamin Carlson |