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The Cuban people are beginning a new chapter in what José Martí called ‘‘our America.’’
The country’s political landscape has changed beyond recognition, with left-wing parties gaining everywhere.
The states of the future will marry the least savory aspects of collectivism and capitalism.
According to a new IMF study, we’re subsidizing the digging of our own graves.
The waters of the Gulf of Alaska are some of the most pristine in the world. That will change next month.
President Erdogan plans to rewrite the Constitution and concentrate yet more power in his hands.
The crusade to ban Russia policy critics
From toddlers with guns to wedding parties hit by drones, here’s the news for tomorrow.
American law prevents military aid to countries that employ child soldiers—but that hasn’t stopped us in South Sudan.
A quarter-century after the collapse of the Soviet Union, the military remains structured to defeat a threat that no longer exists.