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The Gilets Jaunes emerged as a populist movement from the middle class. Then they were co-opted by the wrong people.
From Africa to India, persecution of the faithful is becoming common and our wars have only made it worse.
Huawei, accused many times over of stealing secrets, is poised to control next-gen cellular technology worldwide.
If Ireland stops teaching its past, are they doomed to repeat it?
Tensions between the two countries are at their highest point since the days of Mussolini.
Stephen Walt takes aim at the dysfunctional caste of privileged insiders who botch our foreign policy and then ‘fail up.’
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