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As the United States considers its future in Afghanistan, Kabul is also weighing its alternatives to a long-term security arrangement with Washington. For Kabul, neighboring Iran might present its best bet. More
Russian state-controlled television channels have treating its viewers to a raft of disparaging, often bizarre reports playing down the pro-European protests in Ukraine. More
The emergence of a video has offered a rare view into the practice of "bridenapping" in Kazakhstan. More
As massive street protests grip the Ukrainian capital, many in the country's industrial east resent the unrest in Kyiv. Nonetheless, support for President Viktor Yanukovych in his traditional power base is strikingly muted. More
After the limited nuclear deal Iran reached with the United States and other world powers in Geneva, the quintessential question is whether Tehran is ready to make a major change in its foreign policy and put aside its traditional anti-U.S. stance. More
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