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The civil and political rights guaranteed in the Constitution to citizens and others who are in the United States are under attack.
The government and opposition are squaring off in Kyrgyzstan.
Chris Lindborg looks at how the Iraq War has deepened the divide between the United States and Europe.
Everyone is going green, except the U.S. Congress.
Hardliners in Washington want Pakistans leader to crack down on terrorists, but hardliners in Islamabad are deeply ambivalent. Whats a poor dictator to do?
Kosovo is on its way to becoming the latest piece of former Yugoslavia to achieve nationhood. But a bumpy road lies ahead.
The West often perceives Putins Russia as a one-man dictatorship, but analysts in Moscow point instead to a startling crisis of corporate management.
The new government in Turkmenistan has pledged to continue business as usual after next month's presidential election, a frightening prospect for human rights activists and anyone concerned about the fate of prisoners of conscience.
The U.S. gets one right? The administration opposes lifting the arms embargo on China.