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How Brazil’s Left Destroyed Itself

Once upon a time, the Workers’ Party promised clean government. Now it’s squarely at the center of the biggest corruption scandal in the country’s history.

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A Fight Over Words Strains Burgeoning U.S.-Myanmar Ties

Myanmar's new leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, wants U.S. diplomats to sweep the country's persecution of Rohingya Muslims under the rug.

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How East Timor’s Democracy Is Making it an Outcast

In Southeast Asia, being democratic can lose you friends.

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Facing Headwinds, Referendum to Recall Venezuela’s President Moves Forward

Most Venezuelans want him gone. But Nicolás Maduro still has a few tricks up his sleeve.

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