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GlobalPost's senior foreign affairs columnist analyzes the value of the proposal to disarm the Syrian regime of chemical weapons.
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Despite its fiery rhetoric, Russia is acknowledging it has few options for responding to a Western military strike on Syria.
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GlobalPost's senior foreign affairs columnist offers his insights on how the US should handle the alleged chemical weapons attack in Syria this week.
In April, activists claimed chemical weapons were used in Aleppo. GlobalPost's Tracey Shelton was there.
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Opposition leader Alexei Navalny is playing cat-and-mouse with the authorities in his bid for Moscow mayor.
Washington is a 'willing partner' if Tehran's serious about dialogue.
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Russian authorities say a plan to install SIM card readers in the Moscow Metro is designed to stop pickpockets — but observers suspect an ulterior motive.