Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen waves during the Cambodian People's Party ceremony to mark the 40th anniversary of the fall of the Khmer Rouge regime in Phnom Penh on January 7.

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Cambodia’s strongman has found an unlikely American voice.

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A coalition between Pedro Sánchez’s Socialists and Albert Rivera’s Ciudadanos could prevent a fourth election in as many years—but voters are unlikely to buy it.

Protesters demonstrate against the now-suspended extradition bill on June 16 in Hong Kong.

Ich Bin Ein Hong Konger

How Hong Kong is turning into the West Berlin of the quasi-cold war between the West and China.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel (C), Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen (L) attend a cabinet retreat on November 14, 2018 in Potsdam, Germany.

Ursula von der Leyen Isn’t Perfect, but She’s Better Than the Alternative

Opposing the compromise candidate for EU commission president will further empower populists and Euroskeptics.

Tourists visit La Clandestina, a private shop in Havana, on March 28, 2018. Entrepreneurs known as cuentapropistas and their employees represent 12 percent of the country’s work force—some 580,000 Cubans.

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It isn’t just Trump who has put the country’s small businesses under pressure. Díaz-Canel is after them, too.

Venezuelan opposition leader and self-proclaimed interim president Juan Guaidó speaks at the National Assembly after a meeting with the European Union special advisor for Venezuela, Enrique Iglesias, in Caracas on July 9.

‘We Are Going to Continue to Fight’

Venezuela’s would-be president, Juan Guaidó, says he’s confident ahead of a new round of talks with the Maduro government.

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Jugaad once symbolized immense potential, but the endless shortcuts are now holding the country back.

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Israelis celebrate Jerusalem Day in Jeruslam's Old City on May 13, 2018.

Israel Is at Peace (With Itself)

The country can’t form a government, its peace process is permanently stalled—and things have never been better.

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A deadly outbreak in China and trade tariffs in the United States are threatening to send global markets into a tailspin.

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