Monthly Archives: July 2017

  • Analysis

Trump made history with his tweet.

  • Analysis

The party's nasty language may have hurt its cause.

  • Michał Bilewicz
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  • Poland
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  • Jul 31
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  • Analysis

See Afghanistan. And Iraq. And Syria.

  • Analysis

Constitutional rules usually prevail when African presidents die, but things are murkier when they’re sick.

  • Analysis

The Republicans’ “Seven-Year War” to repeal the Affordable Care Act appears dead. Why?

  • Perspective

'Skinny repeal' is destroyed.

  • Analysis

Also: structural adjustment wasn't a total failure.

  • Analysis

Gender has become a politically sensitive word in China.

  • Diana Fu
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  • China
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  • Jul 27
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  • Analysis

There are 143 registered voters named Mike Pence alone. How many people share your name?

  • Stephen Pettigrew, Mayya Komisarchik
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  • Voting
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  • Jul 27
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  • Analysis

Jarosław Kaczynski has unprecedented control over his political party — that’s a big problem for Polish democracy.

  • Hubert Tworzecki, Radosław Markowski
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  • Poland, Protest
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  • Jul 26
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