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The Pakistani teenager shot by the Taliban has rightly captured the world’s attention. But what about the invisible child victims of US drones?
History suggests that progress in racial justice comes only when American leaders see it as crucial to US geopolitical interests.
How the US is using trade sanctions and other means to curb the oil exports of its foes.
How Pittsburgh’s greenhouse gases became Guangzhou’s problem.
Though the territory’s street protests have largely died down, the pro-democracy movement proved it was in for the long haul.
While the Obama administration used cancer metaphors to sell a war, it ignored the spread of a real disease.
For the German novelist Walter Kempowski, there was no single unifying experience of World War II.
The terror-mongers are at it again, but dangers to the “homeland” are vanishingly small.
Women’s reproductive rights are at risk of being de-emphasized as UN member nations draft the Sustainable Development Goals.
The Russell Tribunal on Palestine, inspired by the 1967 inquiry into American war crimes in Vietnam, examined the case.
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