Politics

Politics

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By Kacem El Ghazzali Immediately after the November Paris attacks, my mother who lives in a small village in Morocco called me. She called to...

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By Amanda Holpuch UN member states have pledged to end the Aids epidemic by 2030, but campaigners say the strategy adopted by the 193-nation general...

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By Katy Waldman Hello, Yale students. It’s me, a random internet writer. I have some unfortunate news for you, but first, let me step back...

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By Geeta Anand and Julfikar Ali Manik The young man, inching past a crowded checkpoint near a truck stand in Bangladesh’s capital, caught the attention...

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By Michael De Dora If you've seen any news headline on Bangladesh in Western media over the past 15 months, odds are strong the headline...

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By Robby Soave “We have spoken. We are speaking. Pay attention.” So said Yale University students to the faculty of the English department, perfectly encapsulating the...

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By Noha Medhat An Egyptian MP is proposing a new civil rights law that will abolish the necessity of stating an Egyptian citizen’s religion on...

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By E.J. Dionne Jr. In American politics, where has God gone? Of course this is an inadequate way of posing the question. God is always present...

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By Nicholas Kristof OF all the students preparing to go to college this fall, perhaps none have faced a more hazardous journey than a young...