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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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A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

Photos from the first North American retrospective of China's most famous dissident artist, Ai Weiwei.

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The FP Survey: The Wisdom of the Smart Crowd

FP's Global Thinkers weigh in on the year gone by and what's on the horizon for 2013.

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The Cult

Afghanistan's national hero has started a craze on the streets of Kabul.

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Turkey for the Troops

Sixty years of Thanksgivings for American soldiers abroad.

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Africa's Forever War

Haunting scenes from Congo's ongoing conflict.

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Bearing Witness

Exclusive photographs from inside besieged Gaza.

Mosa'ab Elshamy |

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Gaza Burning

Scenes from the latest flare-up in the forever war.

Sulome Anderson |

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Back in the Light

The year Burma turned upside down. 

Sulome Anderson |

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The World in Photos This Week

Israel strikes back at Gaza, China picks a new leader, and Southeast Asia readies itself for Obama's visit.

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The Cult of David Petraeus

The rise and fall of an American hero.

J. Dana Stuster |

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Fashion Tips from the Politburo

What to wear when you're climbing the Chinese leadership ladder.

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No, Mr. Bond. I Expect You to Die...

7 real people who would make good 007 villains.

Joshua E. Keating |

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The World in Photos This Week

Four more years for Obama, austerity protests blaze across Greece, and China's 18th Party Congress begins.

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The Hu Era, in Pictures

In 10 years under Hu Jintao, China has changed to an extent unprecedented in history.

Alicia P.Q. Wittmeyer |