President or no, Lebanon has had no effective governance for decades. That's not about to change.
The country's own flag has become an anti-government symbol of protest.
Many in Ukraine don't want to hear about their heroes' participation in the Holocaust. But Israel's President Rivlin didn't shy away from the truth.
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Desperate to halt a recall referendum against the president, Venezuela’s government has arrested one of our authors.
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The latest bloody fighting in eastern Ukraine shows that talk of a “frozen conflict” is premature.
As of today, Turkey's largest-circulation newspaper — long a government critic — is no more.
The shooting of Aleksi Petriashvili, a former minister, introduces a dangerous new element to Tbilisi's overheated politics.
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When the country defaults, a lot of people are going to lose a lot of money. And they deserve to.