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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.
Very carefully, experts say. The disappearance of Malaysia flight MH370 was probably the result of meticulous planning by someone who knew the system.
… but the Church he heads, not so much.
Recent events in Crimea are giving Russia’s neighbors the chills, but experts say there’s no need to panic just yet.
From Jon Stewart, to Sarah Palin to Brookings, enquiring minds want to know what's in the head of Russia's president.
Carefully staged ‘incidents’ will soon provide a pretext for all-out war, a former Kremlin insider warns.
They run the gamut from bad to worse to really disastrous.
Commentary: Was it a democratic revolution? An ultra-nationalist coup? Whatever it was, the future of Europe and East-West relations may depend on what happens next.
Welcome to feminism, Russia style.
An MIT report claims the White House almost entered a war based on erroneous data — again.
Q & A with Palwasha Kakar, director of women’s empowerment and development at The Asia Foundation in Kabul.
Life will never be the same for foreign civilians in Kabul after the bombing of a popular restaurant.
Spoiler: The facts are wrong. ‘Lone Survivor’ raises troubling questions about the Afghan war, and the immensely brave but sometimes misguided soldiers who are putting their lives on the line there.