Well-timed pressure, combined with Yanukovych's own domestic worries, kept Ukraine away from the European Union.
Israel's Iran policy is suddenly in serious trouble.
Does a big deal mean the Kremlin's back as a key global player?
The president has yet to offer a compelling and consistent argument for his proposed military action.
The choices of China, India and Japan will define Asia's future. Their lack of unity and diversity of weaknesses will leave big problems unaddressed.
It'll be very hard to rebalance the economy as the old paradigms fall apart.
To think of Egypt's army as the midwife of democracy is laughable.
His achievements and moral authority gain their true stature when seen next to the history of apartheid.
The new policy creates more questions than answers.
The old sectarian tensions are reawakening as Syria burns.
The West will have to abandon its insistence that Assad must go, as it isn't working.
New Delhi has a strong case, but will the world listen?
The DPRK isn't crazy—its histrionics get it what it wants. What can Washington do?
The killing of an opposition leader highlights thunderous struggles within the Arab world.
PM Cameron's skeptical speech will be poorly received in Brussels, but his sentiments are hardly new.
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