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Sexual Assault in the Military Is Still Going Unchecked. Will Congress Finally Act?

Over the past decade, the incident of sexual assault in the military has risen. Congress may finally have seen enough to mandate reforms.

Zoë Carpenter

The Best Haitians Can Expect From New President Ariel Henry

…is that his administration will be a brief stage in a series of transitions to genuine democracy.

Amy Wilentz

Now Is the Time for Biden to Restaff the Havana Embassy

A never-before-published letter from the US Embassy community in Cuba argues that Washington should sustain full diplomatic functions despite the risks.

Peter Kornbluh and William M. LeoGrande

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Protesters March Against The Tokyo Olympics

Why Tokyo Turned Against the Olympics

The city is the center of a great experiment at a dangerous new phase of the pandemic.

Chelsea Szendi Schieder
Biden’s New Immigration Plan Is Already Outdated

Biden’s New Immigration Plan Is Already Outdated

Migration is a cure for economic crisis—not a cause of it.

Aviva Chomsky
3 Things Biden Can Do Right Now to Stop Covid and Save Lives

3 Things Biden Can Do Right Now to Stop Covid and Save Lives

Unless the president changes course, and confronts Big Pharma, the past six months will indelibly tarnish his legacy.

Gregg Gonsalves

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Cuba protests

How Far Will the US Take Intervention in Cuba?

Lawmakers in both parties are divided on whether to mend troubled relations or escalate already aggressive foreign policy.

Aída Chávez
Is a War With China Inevitable?

Is a War With China Inevitable?

The statements coming out of the Department of Defense and the upper ranks of Congress these days make it seem that way.

Michael T. Klare
Biden and Putin

Rethinking Global Security: Katrina vanden Heuvel

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