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DECEMBER 30, 2022 | VIEW IN BROWSER
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Security guarantees. NATO’s military exploration of Ukraine poses an existential threat for Russia. The future will hinge on the West’s willingness to engage in dialogue, writes Russian ambassador Anatoly Antonov.

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Fragile transition. As Darfur experiences a resurgence in conflict, Sudanese military authorities must recommit to protecting their people from a stark rise in violence, U.N. Sudan envoy Volker Perthes writes.

3

Under attack. As the new year looms, the fate of India’s religious minorities hangs in the balance, FP’s Sumit Ganguly writes.

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Weapon of choice. Sanctions have never been more popular in Washington, so why is it so hard to make them work? Explore what makes them effective—and what doesn’t—in this roundup of top reads, curated by FP’s Colum Lynch.

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Historic low. U.S.-China relations reached historic lows in 2021. FP’s James Palmer rounds up our best reads on how the relationship hit a nadir.