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DECEMBER 31, 2022 | VIEW IN BROWSER
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Critical contests. From Brazil to South Korea, 2022 is stacked with elections that could reshape their countries’ destinies. Keep an eye on these 14 key elections in the new year, curated by FP’s Allison Meakem.

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Lackluster record. Foreign policy isn’t usually the biggest issue in U.S. elections, but 2022 could prove to be an exception after the White House’s perceived missteps, FP’s Jack Detsch writes.

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Diplomatic stagnation. After a long year of negotiations, why is the future of the Iran nuclear deal still uncertain? FP’s Cameron Abadi rounds up our top reads that will bring you up to speed.

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Political turmoil. From India’s farmers’ protests to its COVID-19 catastrophe, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi nearly lost his way in 2021. Follow his tumultuous year in our roundup of top reads by FP’s Audrey Wilson.

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Climate crisis. The world appeared to turn its attention back to climate this year—but did anything change? Unpack what 2021 meant for climate change mitigation with our top reads, curated by FP’s Chloe Hadavas.