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In Balkans, a fragile order grows brittle, threatening stability
What might a conflict with North Korea look like?
Hopeful combo: World economy grows, carbon emissions stay flat
London attack: how Europe has overcome terror campaigns before (+video)
Not just another Women's Day: feminist one-day strike brings 'edge' to movement
Will the US and Russia dance or duel?
Why Kim Jong-un might come to regret the murder of his half-brother (+video)
As famine threatens, an unprecedented global challenge – and response
As countries eye the new US president, many see good moment to test him
The 'Good Samaritan' factor: Why some judges in France are not enforcing the law
Why, when Trump says 'America First,' much of the world worries
With globalism in retreat, have Davos elites gotten the message?
How adding youth to a Dutch old age home is improving life for all
2017 promises US-China tensions, resurgent Russia, and trade turbulence
How underwater drone could set tone for Trump's new relationship with China
Analysis: Trump's tweetstorm about China wrong-foots Beijing
'Trump effect' topples Italy's PM – and could shake Europe further in 2017
After helping put Renzi in office, Italian youth now look set to sink him
The Trump presidency: What's in store for US allies?
Dealt a surprise Trump card, the world tries to figure out a changed game (+video)
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Hezbollah's defiant signal to Israel, Lebanon, and the UN
Republicans control all of Washington. Why aren't they winning more?
Peggy Whitson logs more space hours than any other US astronaut: A history of women and NASA
Antarctica has a network of meltwater rivers that is much larger than previously thought
How governors' offices became ground zero for corruption in Mexico
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