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How journalists can needle the candidates on foreign policy in the upcoming Democratic debates.
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Foreign Policy 4h
Libra is Facebook’s call to arms against the very notion of regulation. It wants to be too big to regulate.
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Despite claims by Mike Pompeo, Tehran and al Qaeda have been at odds more often than aligned since 9/11.
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The price of opium gum in Mexico has cratered. Now thousands of farmers are looking to their government for assistance.
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South Africa’s formerly segregated townships are still central to its imagination.
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Every page of testimony from Canada’s National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls is heartbreaking, Justin Ling writes.
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African migrant students have flocked to Northern Cyprus looking for education and opportunity—but now they find themselves stuck in the unrecognized country, often facing dire and potentially fatal conditions.
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Democrats and Republicans have turned to sanctions at every turn to influence Iran\'s behavior. But can they go too far?
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U.S. President Donald Trump’s “maximum pressure” Iran strategy is flawed and dangerous, FP’s writes.
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Foreign Policy 7h
Ethiopia marked a day of mourning on Monday after high-level government officials were assassinated over the weekend in dual attacks in Addis Ababa and Amhara’s capital city, Bahir Dar. What comes next?
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Foreign Policy 8h
U.S. intelligence officials say Pompeo is misrepresenting the truth when he accuses Iran of working with al Qaeda.
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Foreign Policy 8h
To secure itself, the West needs to figure out where all its gadgets are coming from.
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Foreign Policy 9h
On this week's First Person: Shadi Hamid recounts the rise and fall of Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.
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Foreign Policy 9h
With investments in alternative energy increasing and domestic demand for coal-fired power dropping, China’s coal industry has been encouraged by the government to look to outside markets for its survival.
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Foreign Policy 10h
The trial of a senior Hezbollah operative reveals the extent of the terrorist organization’s reach in the United States and Canada.
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A damning new report on the deaths of indigenous women highlights post-colonial nations’ failures.
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Foreign Policy 11h
Don’t discount the G-20. In world with no hegemon, coordinating bodies are more important than ever.
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Foreign Policy 11h
If the extradition law is eventually forced through the Hong Kong legislature, censorship of books will become commonplace in what has long been a bastion of publishing freedom.
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Foreign Policy 12h
In the Philippines, abortion is illegal—and 1,000 women die every year as a result.
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Foreign Policy 12h
Facebook's new cryptocurrency is an ideological project, not a practical one.
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