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“Shoot to score not to kill.” How Victoria Nassera is giving back to young girls in South Sudan through women’s soccer:
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The last two years have seen steady progress between the United States and India, but a number of recent issues could set the relationship back
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Over the past 25 years, child marriages in the Middle East and North Africa have fallen. But progress has stalled and even reversed in conflict zones, including Iraq, Syria, Yemen, and Libya.
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America’s highway model has contributed to sky-high automobile ownership rates, longer trips, and never-ending congestion. What if there was another way?
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It’s not even clear who in the U.S. government is responsible for addressing the problem of disinformation, says and Daniel Fried
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“Trump has approached diplomatic negotiations like business deals, incl personal engagement, high stakes gambles and threats to walk away. Yet intl relations has complicated and sometimes dangerous second-order effects.” My thoughts on America First ~
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Last week, Xi Jinping became the first Chinese head of state to visit North Korea since 2005. provides a read-out:
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Under Kamala Harris’s teacher pay plan, teachers would receive an average raise of $13,500 over 10 years—an increase of 23%
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From the Snowden leaks to Cambridge Analytica, learn how your personal information is collected, used, and shared in our expert panel on Thursday:
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David Dollar 15h
The prospects for a lasting US-China trade deal are dim, according to a prominent Chinese economist. New from ahead of the summit:
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Tariffs will cost the average American household $831 this year
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Less than half of U.S. children under the age of 15 are white, new census data show.
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What do economists in China think of the US-China trade war? In a new episode of , speaks with Yiping Huang:
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Economic woes have returned to Cuba’s eastern provinces—the birthplace of the Castros & the cradle of the revolution:
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In a new episode of 's 'First Person,' I discuss interviewing Mohamed Morsi and other Brotherhood leaders, what it was like to be in Tahrir Square during the revolution, and being in in the lead-up to a massacre
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As Secretary Pompeo heads to Delhi, explains why the US-India relationship is at a critical juncture
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How exactly does the U.S. use sanctions against countries like Iran? Listen to explain in this podcast:
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In the first part of 2019, the US imported $20 billion less from China than it did during that time last year, a result of the ongoing trade war
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Tomorrow, join us in D.C. or catch the live webcast at 9:30 am ET for a conference on trends and their implications for Medicare policy:
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More than half the world’s extremely poor people are children. And eight countries account for half those children. — New estimates from
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