The U.S. has withdrawn from the Iran nuclear deal. Israel and Iran are reacting accordingly.
These will be the week’s real front-page stories.
Guerrero state had the most homicides of any state in Mexico last year.
Every day Iran fails to strike back makes it look weaker.
It has made geopolitical sense since their establishment in 1948 for North and South Korea to find a way to get along and tap into their joint potential, and yet they haven’t, because peaceful reunification is exceedingly difficult to achieve.
Brussels can’t really bring disobedient states to heel. Berlin can.
The Koreas would be much stronger together, if they could just overcome everything that’s kept them apart for 70 years.
It’s been a busy year in these troubled waters.
The U.S. is still the pre-eminent global power, whether the world likes it or not.
Tehran is on the verge of a major test, and every move it makes abroad could jeopardize its security at home.
A solution to the crisis would require major concessions from all parties involved in talks.
In a place such as Uzbekistan, the tactics a leader use may be liberal or draconian, but the outcome is the same.
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