Sergey Lavrov has honed the practice of body blocking U.S. and European diplomacy at every turn.
Hossein Amir-Abdollahian is a staunch backer of Iran’s “Axis of Resistance.”
Although close to Chinese President Xi Jinping, Qin Gang doesn’t quite fit the mold of hostile Chinese diplomacy.
Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya didn’t set out to challenge a brutal dictatorship.
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One of the country’s most powerful women has remained rooted in a traditional community. But religious parties still won’t let her run for office.
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The Black British Conservative politician keeps being pushed forward to cover his party on race.
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