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Pro-democracy protesters in Kiev are triumphant. In Moscow they're still taking it on the chin.
How tensions between South Korea and Japan are playing out in small towns across America.
The current political standoff in Thailand is a symptom of deeper problems that can't be solved by watering down democratic process.
Why taking the wrong stand on the Olympics can get you accused of being a traitor to the nation.
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How the right-wing demagogue politician Marine Le Pen can save the floundering Republican Party.
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When Americans look at Russia, they see what they want to see. And that's dangerous.
Did Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to a dumpling shop create a pilgrimage site?
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President Yanukovych is losing his support among Ukraine's oligarchs -- and that could be the key to his fate.
The United States needs to officially end the Iraq war -- or else acknowledge that it’s waging an endless and unwinnable fight.
In Thailand's restive politics, it's the royals who have the power to soothe the country -- or destabilize it.
The administration's reasons for not releasing who's on the list of America's enemies in the war on terror are getting ridiculous.