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Poll monitors in Ukraine from PA, N.J.

When Ukrainians vote today for a president, Reno Domenico of South Jersey will be a poll monitor in Kherson, on the border of occupied Crimea. Ulana Mazurkevich, a mainstay of Philly’s Ukranian-American community, will be poll-watching in Odessa. Marta Fedoriw of Allentown will be checking polls in Dnieperpetrovsk.

Memories of Ariel Sharon

When former Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon died today, after 8 years in a stroke-induced coma, I recalled the many times I had watched him first hand as a correspondent based in Beirut and Jerusalem.

Memories of Ariel Sharon

When former Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon died today, after 8 years in a stroke-induced coma, I recalled the many times I had watched him first hand as a correspondent based in Beirut and Jerusalem.

Rubin on PBS Newshour

Was President Obama's 2013 foreign policy focus on diplomacy a success? A PBS Newshour discussion, in which I took part.

Rubin on PBS Newshour

Was President Obama's 2013 foreign policy focus on diplomacy a success? A PBS Newshour discussion, in which I took part.

Khodorkovsky walks free

Vladimir Putin stunned the world today by freeing Russia’s most famous political prisoner, and onetime richest man, Mikhail Khodorkovsky.

Khodorkovsky walks free

Vladimir Putin stunned the world today by freeing Russia’s most famous political prisoner, and onetime richest man, Mikhail Khodorkovsky.
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