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Despite the recent unrest, Vladimir Putin is on track to be elected president once again.
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Kim Jong-il imposed unimaginable hardship on the North Korean people. What follows him could be even worse.
Disregarding the facts, the self-professed "serious candidate" spreads fear and falsehoods on Iran.
Settler attacks on the IDF and Israeli policemen testify to the depths of Israel's internal struggles.
Obama is in much better shape than his opponents and detractors profess to believe.
Why the Hamas leader's landmark visit to Amman spells trouble for Mahmoud Abbas and Benjamin Netanyahu.