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Rally Round the Flag in Riyadh

Saudis are cheering on the war in Yemen. But will they still be celebrating when the kingdom turns up the heat on the Islamic State?

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Singapore Blogger Convicted for ‘Obscene’ Image Featuring the Late Lee Kuan Yew

There’s no doubt that Amos Yee’s depiction of Singapore’s late founder Lee Kuan Yew in carnal embrace with former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher is ...

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Don’t Bring a Dove to a Polish Hawk Fight

As Poland readies for its presidential election, one thing is certain: Russia is a threat.

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Glasgow, the Day After a Massacre

What’s left of Scottish Labour licks its wounds, while a victorious Scottish National Party ponders just how it’s going to work with those loathsome Tories.

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Five Takeaways (and a Needlepoint) from the British Elections

It's Maggie Thatcher's world, and we're just living in it.

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The Amazing Decline of America’s Special Relationships

Why the new (old) governments in Israel and Britain bode ill for what once were Washington’s most important alliances.

Shadow Government

Who Will Win the U.S. Trade Game?

For U.S. trade policy, the game is now afoot. The question is whether trade enthusiasts or skeptics will be ahead when the buzzer sounds. One ...

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The Tories Cruised to Victory: How it Went Down

Real-time coverage as the United Kingdom votes.

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Having a Punt, Having a Go at Explaining the British Elections!

Polls are showing a tight race as voters prepare to cast their ballots Thursday.

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Lindsey Graham al-Most Knows Arabic

"Everything that starts with 'al' in the Middle East is bad news," hawkish Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), a probable presidential hopeful, told the American Israel Public Affairs Committee at a Boston dinner this week.

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