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Indonesia’s Moderate Islam is Slowly Crumbling

Liberal Muslims are fretting as fundamentalists seize the popular moment.

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The Scandals that Could Topple Netanyahu

A new friend in the White House and no real opposition at home should make Bibi very happy. But three brewing investigations could lead him in search of new enemies.

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How Leftists Learned to Love Le Pen

The far-right National Front’s path to victory runs through France’s former northern Communist strongholds.

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Russia’s Last Opposition Hero

Vladimir Putin’s most vocal critic has survived crackdowns and intimidation. But Alexei Navalny’s latest gambit against the Kremlin may be his last.

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Kiev Is Fueling the War in Eastern Ukraine, Too

A muted White House isn't just emboldening the Kremlin -- it's inciting the politics of war throughout Ukraine.

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The Women Who Could Save Mosul

A group of female parliamentarians have developed a plan to mend the post-ISIS fabric of Iraq's second-largest city.

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The World’s Biggest Muslim Nation Is Telling Its Citizens to Shut Up About Trump

Indonesians and Malaysians are afraid they could be next in the U.S. president’s crosshairs.

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