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Foreign Policy: news on page 69

Trump’s Battle Against Breastfeeding Is a Small Part of a Wider War

With escalating drug prices and growing vaccine paranoia, American populism is taking down the edifice of global public health.

Security Brief: Trump and Putin Meet in Helsinki; High-Flying News From a Big British Air Show; U.S. Army Steps into the Future

Catch up on everything you need to know about the Trump-Putin meeting, big air shows in Europe, and other top news.
Those Who Dare to Bare Their Hair

Those Who Dare to Bare Their Hair

Masih Alinejad is helping Iranian women challenge the regime — one hijab at a time.
Closing the Factory Doors

Closing the Factory Doors

For two centuries, countries have used low-wage labor to climb out of poverty. What will happen when robots take those jobs?
Our Data, Ourselves

Our Data, Ourselves

How to stop tech firms from monopolizing our personal information.
South Koreans Learn to Love the Other

South Koreans Learn to Love the Other

How to manufacture multiculturalism.
Protect Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself

Protect Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself

Robots can actually create jobs — if countries get their trade policies right.

There’s No Such Thing as a Stable Career

Job insecurity has always been a fact of life. Just ask chimney sweeps, lectors, and telephone operators.
Why India Gives Uber 5 Stars

Why India Gives Uber 5 Stars

Gig work offers a leg up in the developing world.
Thank You, Jimmy Carter

Thank You, Jimmy Carter

Restoring the reputation of America’s most underrated foreign-policy president.
Who Will Care for the Carers?

Who Will Care for the Carers?

As populations age, countries will need ever more primary health workers and aides — jobs robots will never do well. So why do we treat these workers so badly?

How Conservation Became Colonialism

Indigenous people, not environmentalists, are the key to protecting the world’s most precious ecosystems.
Then They Came for the Lawyers

Then They Came for the Lawyers

Technology has already driven blue-collar workers into the underclass. Professionals may be next.
Facing the Future of Work

Facing the Future of Work

FP’s editor in chief introduces our July issue on how to adapt to robots, AI, trade wars, and an aging world.
Les Monstres Among Us

Les Monstres Among Us

Two French best-sellers draw warnings for the present from the stories of Hitler’s henchmen.
Who’s Afraid of Judith Shklar?

Who’s Afraid of Judith Shklar?

Meet the American philosopher who showed that Western politics could only move forward by first taking a step backward.

Longtime Neighbors

The hidden history of Poland’s Muslims.
The Occupation as Entertainment

The Occupation as Entertainment

The second season of the acclaimed TV thriller “Fauda” obscures the dark realities of Israeli rule in the West Bank.
How Venezuela Struck It Poor

How Venezuela Struck It Poor

The tragic — and totally avoidable — self-destruction of one of the world’s richest oil economies.
Books in Brief: The Latest Reads on the Financial Crisis, the Rwandan Genocide, and What It Means to Be a Nation

Books in Brief: The Latest Reads on the Financial Crisis, the Rwandan Genocide, and What It Means to Be a Nation

Also: Works on India’s rise, the history of U.S. trade politics, and social media’s role in modern conflicts.