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The Persecution Rests

Alexei Navalny, the polarizing anti-corruption activist and opponent of Vladimir Putin, is being charged with corruption. He may not be as admirable as Westerners think, but don’t count on a fair trial.

Putin on the Prowl

The expected changes in Kazakhstan’s demography could make it Putin’s next target.

Pipeline Politics

After six years of needless delays, a decision on the Keystone XL pipeline looks to be coming due next year.

Reading the Cuban Tobacco Leaves

When you’ve lost the Castros, your government might be a bit too socialist.

The Evolution of Erdogan

A nation that shows signs of a promising future, Turkey has a problem with conspiracy theories.

Fake Outrage

Donor states, mostly Middle Eastern powers, pledged more than $5 billion to rebuild Gaza. So far only $100 million has actually been transferred.

Podcast Puts the Justice System on Trial
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Andrew Bernard
NPR's hit podcast "Serial," an intensely voyeuristic look into the murder of a teenage girl, is also a provocative examination of justice in America.
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