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A notoriously vague delegation of congressional authority lets the president play politics with global energy security.
There is more than one way to patrol the borders of democracy.
The counteroffensive grinds on, but U.S. support could be on the verge of drying up.
A forthcoming EU plan to subsidize semiconductor production may be more bark than bite.
Russia’s ‘hybrid occupation’ of Serbia threatens to derail its peace plan with Kosovo.
When war broke out, countries were able to wean themselves from Russian energy.
A blockade cutting off a disputed region between Armenia and Azerbaijan may restart a simmering conflict.
The war on terror shifted U.S. focus away from the region. Adversaries have noticed.
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