Western nations must insist that Russia stop an offensive that endangers millions.
The Egyptian regime today is as incapable of performing its vital functions as it was in 2011.
Spread of the virus can be managed as long as politics don’t get too involved.
Hindus and Muslims clashed violently in a city where they have lived integrated for years. Law and order has collapsed.
When it comes to supporting authoritarians despite their human rights records, Mike Bloomberg is casting stones from inside a glass house. At Tuesday night’s debate, his primary rivals are sure to return fire.
China’s persecution of a book publisher exemplifies its challenge to democracies.
Cuba’s reputation for educational prowess is mostly a product of a relentless, multi-decade propaganda campaign.
He was a despot who succeeded in modernizing his nation, but failed to give up his military dictatorship.
Last October, he visited Beijing and declared that Brazil and China “were born to walk together.”
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His refusal to move from the country’s past shaped its future.
In keeping a peaceable book publisher and poet locked up, China reveals its weakness.
A letter to my daughters, 41 years later.
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Sens. Lindsey O. Graham and Robert Menendez met with European leaders to discuss their plan for a new nuclear bargain that would include not just Iran but Washington’s Gulf allies as well.
A moment of optimism on coronavirus shouldn’t stop leaders from preparing for worse.
Trump’s visit is meant only to satiate his narcissistic instinct of seeing millions of people chanting his name.
Under Iran’s theocratic rule, where human life holds little value, the state’s lackadaisical response to the coronavirus outbreak was completely predictable.
India is in the best position to serve as the Asian counterweight to China.
Journalist Khadija Ismayilova is stuck, and the president increases his power.
What does all this mean for working Lebanese people? Simply put, it spells disaster.
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But rather than looking inwards, voters would do well to widen the horizon and look abroad.
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The Turkish government was too trusting of Russia on Syria.
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The process has turned out to be far more complicated than foreseen.
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Hindus and Muslims clashed violently in a city where they have lived integrated for years. Law and order has collapsed.
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Spread of the virus can be managed as long as politics don’t get too involved.
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Under Iran’s theocratic rule, where human life holds little value, the state’s lackadaisical response to the coronavirus outbreak was completely predictable.
  • 2 days ago
When it comes to supporting authoritarians despite their human rights records, Mike Bloomberg is casting stones from inside a glass house. At Tuesday night’s debate, his primary rivals are sure to return fire.
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Western nations must insist that Russia stop an offensive that endangers millions.
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