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Are These Lawmakers Ready to Replace Rousseff?

For the PMDB, ousting Dilma looks like the easy part. Selling voters on the party’s rightward turn, is another story.

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The Un-Freedom Agenda

The rise of ISIS, al Qaeda, and Boko Haram has turned Niger from a backwater into a key U.S. counterterrorism partner. So why is it becoming more authoritarian?

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Nelson Mandela’s Party Is Turning on Jacob Zuma

The African National Congress is realizing the only way to save itself is to ditch South Africa’s president.

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Colombia’s Pro-Lifers Are Objectively Pro-Zika

Colombia’s progressive abortion laws can stop the spread of Zika-linked microcephaly. But the conservative opposition has other plans.

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Death by a Thousand Cars

In Jakarta, thousands of lives are lost each year to inadequate emergency response services, bureaucratic bungles, and horrendous traffic. How did it get this bad?

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U.N. Sex Abuse Scandal in Central African Republic Hits Rock Bottom

After more than a year of seemingly endless allegations of sexual exploitation by peacekeepers,the U.N. is finally taking action. But critics say it's too little too late.

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‘There Will Be Bloodshed if He Comes Here’

Can the world’s hand-picked prime minister for Libya survive long enough to put the country back together?

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