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The Last Taboo: Germany's Leopard Tanks Are a Game Changer with Significant Risks

With the delivery of Leopard battle tanks from Germany, the Ukraine war is entering into a new and dangerous phase. Olaf Scholz must now clean up the political damage he has caused, hold his country together and find a path with his international partners to end the conflict.

The Spectacular Case of Lørenskog: Norway's Ongoing Search for a Murderer

Anne-Elisabeth Hagen, 68, was married to one of the wealthiest men in Norway. But four years ago, she disappeared, and police still have no solid leads. The entire country has been obsessed by the case ever since.

Nordic NATO Membership: Sweden-Turkey Spat Means Finland Might Take Unilateral Route

After a right-wing extremist burned a copy of the Koran in Stockholm over the weekend, Ankara is even less likely to approve Sweden's NATO bid anytime soon. Finland has said it might have to move ahead on its own.

Germany's Tank Debate: Why Is the Chancellor Taking So Long?

The pressure on Chancellor Olaf Scholz to deliver Leopard tanks to Ukraine is growing daily. But the German leader is keeping quiet, hesitating and stalling. What's he thinking, and does he have a way out?

Forty Marders for Kyiv: Germany Moves Forward with Deliveries to Ukraine

For months, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz resisted sending German infantry fighting vehicles to Ukraine. Now the country is to get them after all – and further deliveries are already being discussed.

A Victim of Repression in Xinjiang Awaits Next Chapter in Life: "I Want To Live"

In China's Xinjiang region, officials have forced hundreds of thousands of residents into internment camps. Activist Zhanargul Zhumatai describes how she got through her reeducation program – and why she lives in fear of being arrested again.

A Look at Iran’s Protest Movement Four Months On

Iran’s rulers have been brutal in their response to ongoing protests in the country. Now, fewer and fewer people are taking to the streets. But for how long will the regime retain the upper hand?

Has Iran's Regime Won?

Iran’s rulers have been brutal in their response to ongoing protests in the country. Now, fewer and fewer people are taking to the streets. But for how long will the regime retain the upper hand?

Gita Gopinath: "The Fight against Inflation May Take Somewhat Longer"

Whether it is Europe's inflation struggle, China's real estate crisis or global protectionism, Gita Gopinath is skeptical about the immediate future. In an interview, though, the deputy head of the IMF also sees small glimmers of hope.

Blockade in the Southern Caucasus: "There Is Every Reason to Expect More Violence This Year"

Azerbaijan is continuing to cut off Nagorno-Karabakh. The most recent escalations could have to do with Russian meddling in the region - and Moscow's current weakness - says Caucasus expert Laurence Broers in an interview.

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