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And other myths of American patriotism.
Why was former president and climate-justice hero Mohamed Nasheed sentenced to prison on terrorism charges?
That’s the common rallying cry for Tuesday’s elections in Israel, but few opponents are offering real alternatives. Only the Joint List is directly addressing the crisis in Arab-Jewish relations.
How the $20 billion illegal animal trade has pushed the saola—and countless other species—to the brink of extinction.
Through a half-century of foreign policy hardball, there’s a line I’ve never crossed.
If Germany doesn’t loosen up, the euro might not survive.
It’s not overproduction in shale fields, and it’s not global economic stagnation. It’s something far more threatening to Big Oil’s business model.
For the daughter of two radical pacifists, antiwar advocacy runs in the family.
These well-dressed Washington think-tankers love nothing more than an invasion.
With growing food, fuel and power shortages, civilians struggle to survive in a country torn apart by warring militias.