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Despite the seeming propaganda value of the campaign, the group has been strangely silent about it—until recently.
International election observers assess the state of U.S. politics.
In Afghanistan, I saw the meaning of democracy promotion, and its discontents.
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Can empathy for refugees be taught?
The single most important question in this campaign: Which candidate is better equipped to manage the North Korean threat without triggering catastrophe?
A scholar of U.S. foreign policy explains why the 2016 race could be the most consequential election—anywhere—since the 1930s.
A discussion on the sources of Russian conduct
The country’s cherished universities are in turmoil over whether their European and foreign professors and students will be able to remain once its membership in the European Union is over.
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As ISIS faces defeat in Mosul, its leader breaks a long silence to urge a fight to the death.
Some politicians were tormenting the establishment well before the Donald made it trendy.
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A court derails the prime minister's plans—for now.