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April 5, 2021
The General, the Mistress, and the Love Stories That Blind Us
Vernadette Vicuña Gonzalez discusses her new book on Isabel Cooper, a Filipina American actress and Douglas MacArthur’s lover.
February 23, 2021
Here’s What Leaders Facing Global Crises Can Learn From Mikhail Gorbachev
His radical stances on security are needed as much now as when he was in power.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
July 24, 2020
Did Trump Bomb Syria on False Grounds?
The American media is ignoring leaks from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons that suggest a whitewash.
May 27, 2020
Israel’s Mizrahi Activists Are Fighting the Racist Nation-State Law
Echoing the country’s Black Panther movement of the early 1970s, they’re challenging the false binary of Arab vs. Jew, which the law strengthens.
May 11, 2020
Africa Is Not Waiting to Be Saved From the Coronavirus
If reporting doesn’t improve, the creativity and agency of swaths of humanity will be lost to history.
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April 10, 2020
The Racial Politics of ‘Return’
Tourism initiatives in Ghana and beyond leave out black people without the economic means to travel.
April 7, 2020
Trump’s Crisis Mismanagement
He's denying and blaming, lying and backtracking, and declaring victory as thousands are dying. Is that the American Way?
March 11, 2020
Afghans Imagine a Future of Lasting Peace
The US-Taliban peace agreement has seeded hope for Afghans living in a Kabul-based internally displaced peoples camp.
Mohammed Harun Arsalai
Mohsin Khan Momand
March 11, 2020
Would the Draft Help End America’s Endless Wars?
While most Americans love the military, they also have no experience with it.
February 18, 2020
Is This the End of Rojava?
The Kurdish region of northeast Syria was autonomous for seven years, but had to ask the Syrian government for protection after an invasion by Turkey.
Chris Den Hond