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Why are so many of our “surgical” strikes going so terribly wrong?
By the time of his death at age 95, South Africans were well prepared to keep his dream alive—that too is part of Nelson Mandela’s great legacy.
The people celebrate the man and the revolutionary, while venting frustration with the path his party has taken.
The Pentagon’s JROTC program canvasses public high schools for future soldiers.
An effective isolation of Israeli academic institutions will undoubtedly curtail some privileges that Israeli scholars take for granted, like generous travel subsidies, but that has no bearing on their academic freedom.
Instead of boycotting, let's build transnational coalitions among scholars.
The American Studies Association resolution has punctured a longstanding silence.
As Xiomara Castro contests her defeat, campesinos, students and the LIBRE faithful continue to organize.
Can they survive another grand coalition with Angela Merkel’s CDU—and is it too late to rejuvenate the party that once subordinated capitalism to the public good?
Americans have been living in the shadow of war for at least a decade, but there’s remarkably little evidence of it in our art.
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