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Burma’s Women Are Still Fighting for Their Rights

The country's most famous politician may be a woman, but Burma remains firmly in the grip of patriarchy.

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Who Is Behind Burundi’s Political Violence?

How the government’s youth wing, a purportedly peaceful group of former fighters and government loyalists, has pushed the country to the brink of war.

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Seize the Moment for Peace

The Myanmar government's chief peace negotiator explains why now is the time to sign a ceasefire agreement to end the country's long-running civil war.

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Venezuela Sets a Date for Change

A desperate hunger strike by Venezuela's best-known political prisoner has pressured the government to call elections.

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How Azerbaijan and Its Lobbyists Spin Congress

The Aliyev regime is selling itself in Washington as friendly and progressive. Is your Congressman buying it?

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Mikheil Saakashvili Launches His New Career as a Ukrainian Reformer

Mikheil Saakashvili’s appointment as governor of Odessa has reignited the struggle inside Ukraine’s political elite.

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Erdogan’s Ambitions Are Checked. What’s Next for Turkey?

The voters have rejected President Erdogan’s authoritarian ambitions. Now it’s time to press ahead with urgent reforms.

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