Monthly Archives: March 2018

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The recent death of a non-violent human rights lawyer shows once again that the system isn't as strong as it would like you to believe.

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A reckoning on sexual harassment is long overdue.

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The Egyptian election, Bosnia's crisis, and American constitutional rot

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He won a free and fair election — unlike the one that's about to take place.

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Russia's leader is getting even more than he bargained for.

  • Opinion

The social media platform faces tough questions in places where it has helped to foment tensions rather than solve them.

  • Opinion

Europe once prided itself on its defense of liberal values. No more.

  • Opinion

The Russian president is strikingly reluctant to face genuine competition.

  • Opinion

China tightens social control, Russia and Egypt stage mock elections, and democracies consider the challenges of populism

  • Opinion

The dream of statehood is on hold. It's time for Kurds to focus on good governance and democracy.

  • Bilal Wahab
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  • Kurds
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