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Bangkok activists are no longer content with carefully coded criticism of the monarchy, but now demand wholesale democratic change.
Benjamin Netanyahu has called Donald Trump Israel's “greatest friend” but the truth is quite different.
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A collection of case studies provides snap shots of global responses to Covid-19.
Not long ago Netanyahu was bragging to reporters about Israel's "great success story."
A new highly critical report by France’s human rights watchdog has energized the country’s conversation on race, especially after large protests supporting the Black Lives Matter movement, Karina Piser (France, 2017-2019) writes in Foreign Policy. In his report, the human rights ombudsman Jacques Toubon said discrimination is “systemic,” a new criticism in official France, which
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Acclaim for former ICWA fellow's book Love Falls on Us: A Story of American Ideas and African LGBT Lives.
For more than four decades, the Sahrawi people have called for international recognition of their state-in-exile, without success.