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Richard Dawkins is under attack—at least if the recent tide of opinion pieces targeting him is
The chemical weapons ban should have been made universal years ago.
The Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov said on Monday that “the use of force without the
Above, watch Neil Hilborn perform his poem “OCD”
The Boston Poetry Marathon is happening this
Daniel Evans Pritchard
When state order collapses, every confessional or ethnic group asks one question: Who will protect us now?
Hassan Rouhani’s presidential election creates an opportunity for negotiations with Iran. President Obama should seize it.
I keep staring at the headline: “Turkey’s Non-Crisis.” On June 17, Wajahat Ali and Haroon
Jeffrey W. Gibbs
People, let’s get a grip – and I don’t mean on your smartphone; I mean on history.
Claude S. Fischer
The streets of Istanbul are alive with democratic politics—not dramatic upheaval.
Wajahat Ali, Haroon Moghul
Photo by Thierry Ehrman / Flickr(cc)
Reports from Syria often casually refer to Bashar
Elizabeth Shakman Hurd
Today, Muslims all over the world are bringing to a close their celebrations of Ramadan, which occurs annually in the ninth month of the lunar calendar.
A golden opportunity in Egypt's "constitutional moment."
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