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July 12, 2019
We Were Already Over 350 ppm When I Was Born
The devastation is too great. We can’t simply slap solar panels everywhere and call it a day.
July 5, 2019
What Happened When the EU Moved Its Fight to Stop Migration to Niger
Overnight, an EU-backed law criminalized the main source of income in the city of Agadez. It didn’t stop migration, but it wrecked the economy.
June 28, 2019
The Enduring Harm of the West’s Moral Crusades
On Stonewall’s 50th anniversary, the US should reconsider its global war against sex work.
May 28, 2019
In a Painful Setback, Kenya’s High Court Upholds Antigay Laws
LGBT activists say they will continue their campaign to dismantle the colonial-era legislation, inside and outside the courtroom.
May 7, 2019
The Disturbing Rise of ‘Femonationalism’
Across Europe, politicians are hijacking feminist language to further right-wing ideologies.
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March 21, 2019
Who’s Afraid of the International Criminal Court?
Mike Pompeo’s diplomatic sanctions against war-crimes investigators are consistent with Trump’s “America first” worldview.
March 15, 2019
White Supremacy Is Bigger Than 8Chan
Blaming the Internet alone for racist mass shootings is a naive delusion.
February 25, 2019
Gen. Simón Bolívar, Latin America’s Liberator, Has Advice for the US Military
Trump may be an awful president, but the military has no more right to overthrow him in a coup than he does to overthrow Maduro.
December 10, 2018
Is Britain In Control Yet?
What Brexiteers misunderstand about national sovereignty.
December 3, 2018
Chagos Islanders Want to Go Home
When the United States built a military base on Diego Garcia, its inhabitants were forced out. Will the International Court of Justice rule on their return?