France admits torture Will Macron's decision lead to a reckoning with the colonial past? EVENT: Global Perspectives of Women & Gender Issues Join our recently returned fellow Onyinye Edeh (Nigeria, 2016-2018) for a panel discussion on September 18, 5-7 pm, at George Mason University. World Politics Review: Robbie Corey-Boulet on rebel attacks in northern Chad President Deby may be losing his power. The Daily Beast: Neri Zilber on Trump's policy toward Palestinians Diplomatic war has been declared. VIDEO: Martha Farmelo on Argentina's abortion bill VIDEO: Why it failed and what it means for the future. Foreign Affairs: Cheng Li on China's middle class and the trade war Blame may be headed for Trump. The Nation: Karina Piser on Macron's acknowledgement of French torture Will Algerians have space for healing? The New York Times: Shannon Sims on Brazil's all-women samba circles The feminist movement is pushing back against machismo culture. Summer, scandal and day-to-day pluralism in Paris Karina Piser A stroll through the city’s 11th arrondissement. World Politics Review: Malia Politzer on Spain's immigration policy With a new socialist government, the country has replaced Italy as the top destination for Europe-bound migrants. Foreign Policy: Neri Zilber on the rise of cyber-mercenaries The internet has eclipsed borders, and cyberwarfare is no exception. POLITICO: Eve Fairbanks on Trump's tweet about South Africa Some lies are so fantastical they can't be countered without vaguely soiling the arguer.