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Political Uncertainty Is Deepening Argentina’s Economic Crisis iTunes: Spotify: MP3:

Even as Germany has tended to its collective memory, officials have neglected a persistent strain of racism and xenophobia that education and memorials have been unable to eradicate.

The U.S. must find a way to emphasize values even while holding out for reciprocity as a bottom line.

How Far Will the U.S. Push Reciprocity in Relations With China?

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The fact that the first Pride parade in Sarajevo attracted thousands of participants, as well as the very thorough preparation that went into the event, testify to the strength and capacity of Bosnia’s LGBT activists, says Zorica Mršević.

Saudi Arabia’s oil sector has probably never seen developments as jarring as the ones since late August. How will the kingdom react?

Should There Be a ‘Right to Assist’ Campaigns of Civil Resistance?

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The scandal over a secret energy deal with Brazil, seen as an attempt by corrupt officials to compromise national interest, has hit a nerve in Paraguayan society.

The Odebrecht scandal could mark a turning point for corruption in Latin America. @FridaGhitis 

Nepal's contested constitution deepens crisis at home and with India:

On this week's podcast: upcoming elections, Panama Papers, U.S. and Russian military strategies, and more. Listen:

The biggest story in Jerusalem is Israel’s project to reshape the facts on the ground—and Trump’s endorsement of it.

Neo-Nazis are typically met with rejection in Europe, but that did not happen in Poland.

From the re-emergence of borders to national approaches to transnational problems, the trends that shaped 2015.

The most likely scenarios for Venezuela’s future are increasingly becoming a coup or a civil war.

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The system that the U.S. built in Afghanistan is a house of cards, propped up by individual warlords, American airpower and logistics, and $50 billion a year from the Pentagon.

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