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What our oil and gas-producing neighbor’s embarking on seems truly historic. GlobalPost’s senior correspondent explains why.
Countries across the Middle East struggle with a rare snowfall, and their residents struggle to make snowmen.
GlobalPost's correspondent in Jerusalem assesses Bibi's cringeworthy antics after the South African icon's death.
What people around the globe have been saying.
GlobalPost correspondent Tracey Shelton answers the key questions about what Hassan Laqis' killing means for Lebanon and the region.
Sunday's agreement isn't just about Israelis, Americans and Iranians. From Israel, GlobalPost's senior correspondent examines the Palestinian point of view.
Iran has agreed to halt its nuke program. Big deal. Or is it? Here's what GlobalPost's senior foreign affairs columnist has to say.
What's happening right now in Geneva is a big deal. Here's why, according to GlobalPost's senior foreign affairs columnist.
The Kremlin’s point man for trade wars and comedic relief is stepping down.
A decade after his arrest, the jailed former oil tycoon remains a potent symbol of Putin’s Russia.
Two years ago, Libya's leader was cornered, captured and tortured. GlobalPost was there, and obtained exclusive video of this troubling and historic event.
GlobalPost regrets that the site was down for several hours this morning.
Moscow is challenging the European Union’s Eastern Partnership with an alliance of its own.
Playing hardball with Greenpeace is Moscow’s latest demonstration it’s serious about its claim to the Arctic Ocean.
Bad government actions aren't the purview of just the United States. GlobalPost's senior correspondents take a spin around Planet Stupid.
The SEA strikes again. This time, a little closer to GlobalPost's home.
If Senator John McCain wanted to match Vladimir Putin's New York Times op-ed with his editorial for Pravda.ru, he couldn't have picked a worse place to print it.
Moscow maintains the Aug. 21 chemical weapons attack was probably a 'provocation' by rebels.
Analysis: Why Russia’s recent diplomatic coup has finally put a smile on its president’s face.
Moscow’s proposal to put Syrian chemical weapons under international control is gaining serious traction, but the Kremlin is refusing to back a UN resolution.