Mitt Romney speaks in Jerusalem on Sunday, backing "any and all measures" to keep Iran from developing nuclear weapons. Uriel Sinai/Getty Images hide caption

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Romney Tries To Shape Distinct Iran Policy
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U.S. Bill Targets Russians For Human Rights Abuses
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Pakistan Reopening Supply Lines Into Afghanistan
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Contact Group To Focus On Syrian Political Transition
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New Presidency Prompts Look At U.S. Aid To Egypt
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At G-20, Obama, Putin Discuss Fighting In Syria
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U.S., Russia Accused Of Arming Opposite Syrian Sides
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Syrian Government Lands On UN's 'List Of Shame'
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Bahrain's Crackdown On Activists Extends To Twitter
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Annan Pleads For More Help Resolving Syrian Crisis
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Clinton: Syria Won't Be Peaceful Until Assad Is Gone
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Americans Appear At NGO Trial In Egypt
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In this photo from 2009, Syrian President Bashar Assad (left) stands with then-Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh during a welcoming ceremony for Saleh at the presidential palace in Damascus. As the violence continues in Syria, the U.S. and other countries are hoping to convince Assad to step down from power, as Saleh did. Louai Beshara/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Weighing The 'Yemen Option' For Syria
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Now In New York, What's Next For Chinese Activist?
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Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng and his wife, Yuan Weijing, arrive at an apartment complex in New York on Saturday. A number of Chinese activists have become far less prominent after leaving their homeland, but Chen hopes to continue his work and remain relevant in China. Mladen Antonov/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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For Chinese Dissidents, Exile Can Mean Irrelevancy
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