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US and Cuban Presidents May Meet in April

US and Cuban Presidents May Meet in April

Cuba-US Relations

In 2015, Cuba and the US are likely to jointly attend the annual Summit of the Americas for the first time. What might that bring?


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The Menace of Unreality: Combatting Russian Information in the Twenty-First Century

The Menace of Unreality: Combatting Russian Information in the Twenty-First Century

Combatting Disinformation

Russia's unconventional war on Ukraine is being fought with weapons, with economics—and with an unprecedented disinformation campaign across Europe.


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Ukraine Counts Its Votes: Here Is What They Mean

Ukraine Counts Its Votes: Here Is What They Mean

Ukraine Votes for Europe

Ukraine's parliamentary election results suggest the new government will be a pro-European, reformist coalition likely to toughen its response to Russia's attacks.


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Tunisia's Islamists Concede Defeat -- and Help Sustain Democratic Hopes

Tunisia's Islamists Concede Defeat -- and Help Sustain Democratic Hopes

Tunisia Keeps Hope Alive

Tough work remains, but Tunisia's high turnout in parliamentary elections and Ennahdha's 'respectful' concession sustain hope for democracy and stability, Atlantic Council experts say.


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Dilma Rousseff's Re-Election: What Will It Mean for Brazil, US?

Dilma Rousseff's Re-Election: What Will It Mean for Brazil, US?

Brazil: After the Vote

The Atlantic Council's Ricardo Sennes and other analysts discussed the meaning, for Brazil and its partners, of President Rousseff's re-election.


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