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The president who dreamed of ‘ending the wars’ faces three tough military decisions on the Middle East.
Luis Almagro of the Organization of American States speaks up for Venezuela’s voters.
Republicans buddy up with Saudi executioners, and the Obama administration capitulates to Iran.
The two nations’ authoritarians carry on a tradition of resisting elections that give power to the people.
Israeli-Palestinian violence could open the way for the Islamic State to move into the Palestinian territories.
Ugly pre-World War II populism is showing up in a country once known for its firm embrace of the West.
Having stalled Russian forces, the nation struggles to overcome oligarchs and corruption.
From Burma to Iran to Cuba, dictators take advantage of lifted sanctions to sustain their rule.
A lack of Palestinian leadership and a hard line in Israel both play a role in recent violence in Jerusalem.
The Caucasus nation of Georgia reaffirms the democratic system.