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    Italian law enforcement officers seized 14 tons of captagon, about 84 million pills, at the port of Salerno last year.
    CreditCiro Fusco/EPA, via Shutterstock

    On Syria’s Ruins, a Drug Empire Flourishes

    Powerful associates of Syria’s president, Bashar al-Assad, are making and selling captagon, an illegal amphetamine, creating a new narcostate on the Mediterranean.

     By Ben Hubbard and

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    President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia watching a military exercise in September.
    CreditPool photo by Sergei Savostyanov

    What’s Driving Putin’s Ukraine Brinkmanship?

    There are tactical reasons for threatening an invasion, but the real cause may lie in the Kremlin’s fixation with righting what it sees as a historical injustice.





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