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U.S. Assumes Arctic Council Leadership Amid Increasing Tension in the Far-North

As Washington steps back in the Arctic, other countries are investing in their military capabilities there.

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The View From Libya, Ground Zero in the Migrant Crisis

An epidemic of human smuggling is adding to the woes of a country that already has more problems than it can handle.

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How Strong Is the U.S.-Japan Relationship?

The friendship between Washington and Tokyo has come a long way in 70 years, but a rising China could throw a wrench in the works.

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Russia Lifts Ban on Advanced Anti-Aircraft Missiles to Iran

The sale of the S-300 missile system could pave the way for further arms sales to the Islamic Republic.

Dispatch

Will the new government finally help Nigeria's Boko Haram refugees?

In Nigeria's IDP camps, residents fight over bags of rice and live in constant fear of attack from the surrounding communities. Can the country's newly elected president finally rally the government to their cause?

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In Libya, the Tantalizing Promise of a Unity Government

Yesterday, on March 25, the international peace process aimed at ending Libya’s civil war concluded its latest round of talks in Morocco on schedule. Both ...

Christian Caryl

How Democracy Is Losing Ground in Southeast Asia

And you thought the Arab Spring was disappointing.

Putinology

A Showdown in Moscow’s Power Elite

A political killing in the center of Moscow triggers an open feud between two of Russia's most powerful clans.

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Top Intel Official: U.S. Facing ‘Unprecedented’ Array of Threats

A senior Pentagon official warned that Washington can no longer take its technological advantages over its enemies for granted.

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