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News analysis: All agree that the downing of the Malaysia Airlines flight is a tragedy and an outrage. What is less clear is what to do about it.
Not likely, but don’t get too excited just yet.
The ISIL isn't alone in making the most of a messy situation.
It's been in the cards for a long time.
Radical Islamists, sectarian violence, uncooperative governments. It’s looking like a repeat of some of the worst days. Will we get it right this time?
Bergdahl is the new Benghazi, Obama is a Muslim, and terrorists are set loose upon the world. Can things get any weirder?
Analysis: Everybody was expecting a major foreign policy revamp. But the president broke no new ground and struck a defensive pose in his West Point address.
Will the Kyiv ‘fascists’ talk to the ‘terrorists’ from the east?
The subversive message of Soviet spy drama 'The Americans.'
There was actually more violence this time, but you didn't hear it from the press. Journalists are now admitting to a blackout.
Preliminary results show a runoff is in the works, but concerns over fraud remain.
Given Washington’s mishandling of the crisis so far, it is not out of the question.
There are some signs of progress in Geneva, but will it last?
With just 10 percent of the vote counted, it’s a close race between two powerful men. Anything could happen.
NATO forces aren't 'leaving' but 'transitioning.'
Experts call it 'a real dogfight.' But the Afghan vote will show whether the country has a shot at a peaceful, stable future.
If you use a cellphone, have a GPS system in your car, or get cash from ATMs, you should be worried.
‘That place is cursed,’ Afghans say.
Economist Anders Aslund weighs in on the West's new sanctions against Moscow.
An expanded menu of punitive measures is already having some effect on Moscow.