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Waiting for Goodluck in Nigeria

Nigeria’s resurgent president has made the most of a six-week election postponement, taking the fight to Boko Haram and stumping across the country. But are Nigerians too fed up with corrupt government to re-elect him?

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Yemen Melts Down

The devastating bombings on Friday are just the latest sign that the country is coming apart at the seams.

Tea Leaf Nation

China's Web Can't Agree on Late Singapore Leader's Legacy

While Beijing lionizes Singapore's late leader, its citizens have split on what lessons his legacy offers.

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Long Live Lee Kuan Yew’s Lion City

Singapore's long time leader has passed, but his ideas will live on in the country he created.

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Objects on Your TV Screen Are Much Smaller Than They Appear

Realizing that Bibi, Barack, & Co. are even less important than they seem can actually be comforting.

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Never Trust Netanyahu

The Israeli prime minister’s last-minute political ploys prove that he’s an opportunist of the worst kind. And the U.S. has to stop enabling his bad behavior.

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A New Voice for Israel’s Arab Citizens

Israel wasn’t going to change its policies toward Palestinians no matter who won the election. But with the third-largest party in the Knesset, Arabs can find a silver lining in the new political landscape.

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Knife Fight Among Israeli Right as Likud Tries to Quash Lieberman for Defense Post

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tries to diminish his rivals on the right.

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