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Xinhua

Xi Jinping tackles China’s ‘Moral Compass’

08.06.14
  • Deborah Campos

    Aquino Challenges Filipinos to Reject the Status Quo

  • Sikarin Thanachaiary

    Circus Politics is Alive and Well in the Philippines

  • Jerome Dealy/AP

    Islamic Extremism in Africa

    06.25.14
  • Benedikt von Loebell

    Kenya, Corruption, and Terrorism

    06.19.14
  • Google

    News Quiz, Erdogan Soma Edition

  • Ra'ed Qutena

    The Problem with the Turkish Government in a Nutshell

  • Minny Robot

    The Case for Tymoshenko

    05.06.14
  • David Mutua

    Somalia: Searching for Unity in a Fragmented Country

  • Marshal Fahim

    Marshal Fahim’s Death will not Affect Afghanistan’s Political Stability

    03.14.14
  • Gabriela Garcia

    The Case for the U.S. Staying in Afghanistan beyond 2014

    02.27.14
  • Jason Mrachina

    Deep in the Trough: The Politics of EU Corruption

  • Afghanistan

    Making Sense of the Recent Suicide Attack in Kabul

    01.26.14
  • Google

    Why the Taliban Attacked the Taverna du Liban in Kabul

    01.22.14
  • Collage

    After Ten Years in Power: Achievements and Failures of the Kirchner Governments

  • Afghanistan

    Afghanistan, the Sequel?

    01.09.14
  • Jordi Bernabeu

    Turkey’s Crisis: More than Meets the Eye

  • Google

    Oil Theft in Nigeria

    11.24.13
  • Girish Gupta

    Maduro’s Economic War: The Death of Chavismo?

  • Reuters

    The Bolivarian Revolution After Chávez

    09.16.13
  • Nicolás Maduro/Facebook

    The Blame Game will Not Work for Venezuela’s Nicolás Maduro

  • Google

    Pakistan, the IMF and a New Loan

  • Xinhua

    Is Glaxo Bribery Emblematic of China?

  • Eric Miller

    Why South Africa is not Fit to Lead Africa

  • International Rivers

    Will Congo Benefit from Grand Inga Dam?

    06.29.13
  • Sergio Moraes/Reuters

    Brazil in Protest: To what End?

    06.25.13
  • Narendra Modi/Facebook

    Can Congress Party stop Narendra Modi?

  • Michael Wuertenberg

    A Relentless Theatre: Malaysia Goes to the Polls

  • Tobin Jones

    Politicizing Somalia’s Human Rights Debate

    02.06.13
  • Tobin Jones

    Somalia is Witnessing some Positive Momentum after years of Anarchy

    01.08.13
  • Tobin Jones

    Justice and Reconciliation in Somalia is a Casualty due to Clan Morass

    01.05.13
  • Marcelo Sayao/EPA

    The World’s Most Dangerous People: Apolitical Narco-Terrorism and the Maras

  • Google

    Enrique Pena Nieto and Mexico’s Drug War Opening

  • Cortesía José Cabezas

    Judicial Corruption Threatens El Salvador’s Stability

  • Tobin Jones

    Foreign Policy for Somalia Needs a Boost

    11.08.12
  • Xinhua

    Insider Trading, Chinese Style

    10.30.12
  • Google

    Catching Il Cavaliere: Berlusconi’s Conviction

  • Stuart Price

    Somalia’s Conundrum: How to Fix a Broken Nation?

    10.04.12
  • Google

    The Abramovich Victory: The Oligarch Machine in Action

  • DRC

    Enter the Dragon: Will China’s Deal of the Century Save Congo?