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Patience With All Things in Iran
President-elect Hassan Rouhani may challenge the status quo—or become a part of it
June 17, 2013

Patient resilience has long been a characteristic of the Iranian people.

The Iran Election Is Proving Harder to Fix Than First Thought
June 13, 2013

Engineering elections in Iran, it turns out, is more difficult than what Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and his allies in the Revolutionary Guards had imagined.

The Second-Term Interventionists
How Susan Rice and Samantha Power will impact Obama's foreign policy
June 11, 2013

How Susan Rice and Samantha Power will impact Obama's foreign policy.

Turkey Before the Crackdown
Remembering beer, book parties, and better times in Istanbul
June 05, 2013

Recalling better times in Istanbul.

Susan Rice is a Better Fit for National Security Adviser than for Secretary of State
June 05, 2013

Why Susan Rice is a better fit for national security adviser than for secretary of state.

The Most Dangerous Job in the World
How did 900 bus drivers end up dead in Guatemala City?
June 04, 2013

How did 900 bus drivers end up dead in Guatemala City?

The Unpopular Populist
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is ending his presidency an outcast—but that was his destiny from the start
June 03, 2013

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is ending his presidency an outcast—but that was his destiny from the start.

Hey Man, Slow Down
John Kerry should put the brakes on negotiations with Russia over Syria
May 29, 2013

John Kerry should put the brakes on negotiating with Russia over Syria.

An Election Foretold
As expected, Iran's regime has engineered the presidential race
May 29, 2013

As expected, Iran's regime has engineered the presidential race.

Future Shlock
Meet the two-world hypothesis and its havoc
May 27, 2013

Meet the Google founder's two-world hypothesis and its havoc.

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