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Tidy stories reducing the atrocity to a clash of civilizations or a problem with integration are neither enlightening nor satisfying.
Carbon companies have a new strategy: focus on the positive.
The Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement has a long way to go, but recent endorsements show it’s getting somewhere.
The bogus moral outrage over The Interview.
It may seem like an obvious step, after joining the International Criminal Court. But the legal and political barriers are formidable.
Our bloated national security state would boggle the mind of anyone who grew up under the Cold War’s nuclear threat.
The weakness of the petrostate economy could jolt Russia’s political elites—or its ordinary citizens—to take action.
In this uncommon book by Emma Williams, Jean Stein and Ibrahim Quraishi, a donkey tries to cheer Gaza’s traumatized children—by becoming a zebra.
Caribbean détente, after a half-century of conflict.
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