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Hold the Champagne in Sri Lanka

The country's longtime strongman has been voted out of office. But Colombo shouldn’t celebrate just yet.

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In War-Torn Libya, It’s Life on the Edge

The worsening civil war in LIbya is taking its toll on the amenities of everyday life.

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Democracy Lab Weekly Brief, January 5, 2015

To keep up with Democracy Lab in real time, follow us on Twitter and Facebook. DemLab rings in the New Year with our list of ...

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Sri Lanka’s Electoral Dysfunction

Why the island nation’s upcoming election could be a choice between two oppressors.

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Where the Executioners Sue Their Victims

Will the Burmese army ever face justice for its past war crimes?

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Freedom of the Press for Beginners

Why some Turkish journalists have been celebrating the arrest of their colleagues -- and why that’s a huge mistake.

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Beheading of Japanese Citizen Leaves Tokyo With Agonizing Choice

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