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Obama's Biggest Global Moments

The images that defined Obama's first four years on the world stage, with reflections from those who were intimately involved in shaping them.

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Once Upon a Time in la Françafrique

Postcards from France's first intervention in Mali -- more than a century ago.

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Shaking Hands, Kissing <i>Tinokot</i>

Israeli pols hit the trail from Haifa to Hebron in search of votes ahead of next Tuesday's election.

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The World in Photos This Week

French boots hit Malian soil; smog covers Beijing; and a nonchalant horse trots through a bonfire.

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Is This Pakistan's Tahrir Square?

Images of the swelling protest movement behind the country's latest bout of political turmoil.

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Riceland

Photos from the rice fields of Haiti's Central Plateau and northwest Arkansas -- two regions at the heart of the debate over U.S agricultural subsidies.  

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The World in Photos This Week

Karzai is welcomed in style; Southern Weekend goes on strike; and an Italian cruise ship lies in wait. 

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CNC Music Factory

North Korea's leadership wants to sing the praises of its technological prowess -- but it's stuck in the 1980s. 

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Snow in the Desert

From Turkey to Jordan, heavy overnight snowfall Thursday jammed transportation, closed businesses, and made life more difficult for thousands in refugee camps around the Middle East. The wacky weather provided a surreal backdrop for everything from snowball fights to clashes between Palestinian youths and Israeli soldiers.

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The World in Photos This Week

The United States retreats from the cliff; Chadian soldiers cross the border; a town in Spain has a flour fight.

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Sign Language

The brutal gang rape of a 23-year-old student on a New Delhi bus in December has resulted in swift charges against five men and angry protests across the country. Want a sense of just how outraged people are? Look no further than the signs they're waving at demonstrations.

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The Candid Commander-in-Chief

The best behind-the-scenes photos of Barack Obama in 2012 from Pete Souza and the White House photographers.

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The Diamond Capital of the World

Photographs from Surat, India -- where blood diamonds get cleaned before they end up on your finger.

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Propaganda from China's Great Famine

The posters and slogans that praised bumper crops as millions of Chinese starved.

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Our Favorite Illustrations from 2012

A look at some of the best artwork from the pages of Foreign Policy this year.

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The World in Photos This Week

Indians protest; the Taliban targets health workers; a hawk watches a camel festival.

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Is It Over Yet?

Haunting photos of a year in the life of the war America is still fighting.

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FP's Best Covers of 2012

The inspired (if we do say so ourselves) and sometimes silly covers from the year in ForeignPolicy.com.

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The Photos That Mattered in 2012

A look back at the images that defined an unforgettable year.

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The World in Photos This Week

Newtown mourns, the Indian army shows off its wares, and a lone pig explores a Spanish village.

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Asia's Power Clans

From North Korea to Asia's thriving democracies, a last name is a powerful political brand.

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On the Front Line in Kismayo

Photos from the crucial Somali port city, after its liberation from the hands of al-Shabab.

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The World in Photos This Week

North Korea launches a missile, tragedy strikes Sandy Hook, and a Chinese farmer prepares for the apocalypse.

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The Dark Side of Oscar Niemeyer

Brazil's most celebrated architect leaves behind a decidedly mixed legacy.

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The World in Photos This Week

Anti-Morsy protests intensify across Egypt, rebels forces advance in Syria, and Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal returns to Gaza.

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Back to Tahrir

Tens of thousands of demonstrators took to the streets in Cairo this week -- again -- this time to protest President Mohamed Morsy's power grab.

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The World in Photos This Week

Egypt's Tahrir Square fills with protestors again, Palestinians win a bid toward U.N. statehood, and Obama has lunch with Romney.

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Paris on the Yangtze

A look at the Western villages and monuments that are popping up all over China.

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The Battle for Goma

Once again, the Democratic Republic of the Congo has descended into chaos.

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