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Why Congress Should Pay Attention to Mexico’s Presidential Election

Seven numbers to know ahead of Mexico’s critical June election.

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North Korea’s chief propagandist remembered

The World’s Marco Werman speaks with Sung-Yoon Lee about Kim Ki-nam's six-decade career, during which he was not only the Communist nation’s chief propagandist, but also its chief censor.

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Wilson Quarterly Spring 2024 Edition: Understanding Russia

Moscow's last years of empire, the rise of democracy, and return to dictatorship. Insights from the Kennan Institute's remarkable first 50 years, and for the road ahead.

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Aid Workers Killed in Gaza, Iran Consulate in Syria Attacked

Ambassador James Jeffrey, Chair of the Middle East Program spoke with CNN's Kate Bolduan about the deaths of aid workers in Gaza, as well as Iran accusing Israel of conducting a deadly airstrike on its consulate in Syria.

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Ambassador Green weighs in on aid to Gaza

Wilson Center President and CEO, Ambassador Mark Greek spoke with CNN's Jake Tapper.

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The Cuban Regime’s Triple Threat

Wilson Center Chief of Staff, Eddy Acevedo writes in he National Interest that the Havana dictatorship must be held accountable for its destabilizing behavior. ​


How upcoming elections in South Asia will test democracy in the region

Michael Kugelman joins John Yang on PBS NewsHour to discuss the test democratic values face in elections across South Asia.

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Washington to Reimpose Sanctions Over Venezuela Election Controversy

Eddy Acevedo speaks with Voice of America about how the Biden administration is reimposing sanctions on a state-owned Venezuelan mining company and threatening more actions after that nation’s top court last week barred an opposition leader from the presidential race.

North Korea: Have We Reached the Point of No Return?

Russia Needs North Korea as much as North Korea Needs Russia

Korea Fellow Sung-Yoon Lee, author of 'The Sister, North Korea's Kim Yo Jong, the Most Dangerous Woman in the World,' warns about the little-known power in the regime on 'Fox News Live.'