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Insurgent attacks rise as poppy cultivation reaches a post-Taliban high in Afghanistan.
At a wildlife rescue center south of Phnom Penh, bears that would have otherwise faced a grim fate -- either killed for their meat, or milked for their bile -- get a new lease on life.
While wildlife activists focus on rhinos and elephants, Asia’s bears are succumbing to a poaching problem of their own.
A partnership between Foreign Policy magazine and the Legatum Institute.
Read the highlights from a now-famous essay on all that's ailing Uncle Sam.
The terror attacks in Ottawa mean that NSA-style surveillance could be coming to Canada much faster than anyone thought.
The West is terrified of foreign fighters returning from Iraq and Syria. But not all of them are trying to bring jihad with them.