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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.
1 Billion People. 100,000 Characters. 1 Typewriter.

1 Billion People. 100,000 Characters. 1 Typewriter.

The machine that changed a language forever.
Pride and Prejudice in Tehran

Pride and Prejudice in Tehran

To understand Iran’s foreign policy, you need to learn a little Farsi.

Duterte vs. God

The Philippine president likes to pick fights. But can he win against the Catholic Church?

Fighter Jet Price Hits Record Low in Massive Deal

But high long-term costs and severe maintenance challenges still plague the aircraft.

Trump Remains Evasive on Crimea Ahead of Summit With Putin

Legal experts say the U.S. president has authority to recognize Crimea as part of Russia, but sanctions would remain.

White House Official Who Advocated for Refugees Sacked and Escorted From Office

Jennifer Arangio had clashed with Stephen Miller and other hard-line aides to Trump.

How a WWII-Era Chant Found Its Way to World Cup 2018

Symbols have power, even in soccer. Just ask Croatia.

When Ronnie Met Mikhail​

On our podcast: As Trump sits down with Putin, we look back at a summit in Reykjavik that helped end the Cold War.

White House Wants to Know Political Leanings of Job Applicants at the U.N.

New questionnaire asks about public statements, support for politicians.

Liu Xia’s Freedom Shows China Can Still Be Pressured

Even Beijing admitted the Nobel laureate's widow had committed no crime.

Ban NATO Summits

As long as Donald Trump is president, they're just not worth it.

Turkey Has Made a Quagmire for Itself in Syria

The Turkish military has discovered it's much easier to invade Syria than to govern it.

Putin Sees Trump as an Easy Mark on Syria

Before their Helsinki summit, the U.S. president has given his Russian counterpart little reason to take him seriously.

Putin Doesn’t Care about Sex Trafficking

Russia could have done something to prevent sexual exploitation of foreign women during the World Cup. It chose not to.
The New Economy’s Old Business Model Is Dead

The New Economy’s Old Business Model Is Dead

Tech companies are used to pairing big revenues with small labor forces. But they’ll soon be forced to become massive job creators.