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From Doughnut Girls to Den Mothers and Cheerleaders

From Doughnut Girls to Den Mothers and Cheerleaders

The U.S. military has long relied on women to entertain the troops. Here’s how that’s slowly changing.
Donald Trump Is Watching Sebastian Kurz

Donald Trump Is Watching Sebastian Kurz

Austria’s young chancellor has become a major player in Europe. The White House has taken notice.
Our Best Weekend Reads

Our Best Weekend Reads

This week, the world marked International Women’s Day, and the U.S. State Department canceled an award for a Finnish journalist who criticized Trump.
Argentines’ Impossible Choice

Argentines’ Impossible Choice

President Mauricio Macri has disappointed in his first term, but the alternative may not be any better.
Before Resigning, Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson Irked Trump

Before Resigning, Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson Irked Trump

At one point rumored to be contender to run the Pentagon, she vexed the president with her independence.
Europe Doesn’t Even Agree on Assad Anymore

Europe Doesn’t Even Agree on Assad Anymore

The latest issue to divide the EU is whether to recognize the legitimacy of Syria’s dictator and help him rebuild his country.
From Refugee to Resident

From Refugee to Resident

Displaced people may live in host countries for decades. Here’s how to manage their stays.
Toward a More Feminist Foreign Policy

Toward a More Feminist Foreign Policy

On the podcast: Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom on how to give women a voice in an arena dominated by men.
الربيع العربي لم ينته بعد

الربيع العربي لم ينته بعد

روح الربيع العربي لا تزال مستمرة كما أظهرت الاحتجاجات الكبيرة في الجزائر والسودان.
The Arab Spring Is Not Over Yet

The Arab Spring Is Not Over Yet

Major protests in Algeria and Sudan show that the spirit of 2011 lives on.
Everything Should Be on the Table in Korea

Everything Should Be on the Table in Korea

Failure in Hanoi reinforces the need for bolder future commitments to peace.
All the Legal Trouble in Trumpworld

All the Legal Trouble in Trumpworld

Robert Mueller may be the least of the president’s worries.
The Chinese Communist Party Is Still Afraid of Sun Yat-Sen’s Shadow

The Chinese Communist Party Is Still Afraid of Sun Yat-Sen’s Shadow

A relentless war on free spaces for Chinese exiles stems from past revolutions.
Trump Is Sending Guns South as Migrants Flee North

Trump Is Sending Guns South as Migrants Flee North

The administration’s push to weaken oversight of gun exports could worsen the Central American refugee crisis.
Celebrating #MeToo’s Global Impact

Celebrating #MeToo’s Global Impact

In countries around the world, progress defies the backlash.
Murdered Women Can’t Celebrate International Women’s Day

Murdered Women Can’t Celebrate International Women’s Day

Advocates for gender equality in Latin America are making gains, but an epidemic of violence overshadows their progress.
El Salvador Kills Women as the U.S. Shrugs

El Salvador Kills Women as the U.S. Shrugs

Washington helped start an epidemic of violence against women in Central America. Now it’s washing its hands of the problem.
The Flame of Feminism Is Alive in Iran

The Flame of Feminism Is Alive in Iran

While Western activists defend the right of Muslims to wear the veil, Iranian women are fighting for a bigger cause: choice.
State Department Vacancies Increase Embassy Security Risks, Report Warns

State Department Vacancies Increase Embassy Security Risks, Report Warns

Diplomats and their families could be in jeopardy, but the Trump administration has no plans to address the issue, the Government Accountability Office says.
Don’t Believe the Russian Hype

Don’t Believe the Russian Hype

Moscow’s missile capabilities in the Baltic Sea region are not nearly as dangerous as they seem.