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Without immediate help, North Korea's Covid-19 death toll could be unprecedented, warns Dr. Kee B. Park, who has worked alongside surgeons in Pyongyang and witnessed firsthand the resourcefulness of staff in stretched hospitals.

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Julian Zelizer writes that First Lady Jill Biden's trip to Eastern Europe over Mother's Day weekend is an opportunity to demonstrate America's ongoing commitment to Ukraine. But it also follows a tradition of first ladies playing an important role in shaping US...

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The favorite to become next Philippines president is Ferdinand Marco Jr. -- better known as "Bongbong" -- the only son of Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos, the notorious dictators who looted the nation of billions of dollars, left a trail of torture and abuse of political...

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Aaron David Miller writes that President Joe Biden should be hesitant to buddy up to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman. However, if the Saudis are serious about reconciliation, they should be willing to accommodate US concerns.

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submitted 1 Month ago in Opinion

CNN's National Security Analyst Peter Bergen turns to hostages advocate Diane Foley to discuss El Shafee Elsheikh's conviction on all counts related to kidnapping and death of four Americans following a trial in Alexandria, Virginia.

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Finnish writer Marja Heinonen says joining NATO has been debated in Finland for decades, but Russia's invasion of Ukraine makes it clear that there are no limits to what Vladimir Putin is willing to do to advance his geopolitical interests.

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submitted 2 Months ago in Opinion

As Shanghai turns to draconian measures to control the spread of the Omicron variant, Yanzhong Huang looks at the flaws in President Xi Jinping's zero-Covid strategy.

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submitted 2 Months ago in Opinion

If the Taliban sincerely want to be treated as the responsible de facto government of Afghanistan, they should release the British and American citizens that they continue to hold, writes Peter Bergen.

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It's rare to see a maritime disaster unfold in slow motion, but that's exactly what's happening off the coast of Yemen, writes Christopher Reddy. The environmental calamity posed by the Safer may dwarf even the one created by the Exxon Valdez. That's why the...

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submitted 2 Months ago in Opinion

Saudi Arabia's state oil company Aramco, under pressure from the West to boost output amid soaring prices, pledged on Sunday to hike investments by around 50% this year as it reported a doubling in 2021 profits.

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Rep. Madison Cawthorn is paying for his unforced error and proving how difficult it is to play Trump-style politics. It turns out there's more to it than simply flinging nasty rhetoric and sitting back to gloat while others cry foul, writes Michael D'Antonio.

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submitted 2 Months ago in Opinion

In the early morning of February 24 in New York, hours after Russia started firing missiles near Kyiv, a tweet from The Economist read "In parts of Ukraine, people woke to the sound of sirens and took to their basements; elsewhere some knelt on the streets to pray."...

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submitted 3 Months ago in Opinion

In his address to members of the International Olympic Committee before the Beijing Winter Games, IOC President Thomas Bach asserted that the mission of the Olympics was to bring the world together in peaceful competition. "We can only accomplish this mission," Bach...

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submitted 3 Months ago in Opinion

As the granddaughter and daughter of Jews who escaped Kyiv early enough to evade the barbaric Babyn Yar massacre in 1941, my DNA is ingrained with the call to protect the Jewish people, writes Liora Rez.

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submitted 3 Months ago in Opinion

A rise of leftism in the region isn't what it seems to some, writes Jorge G. Castañeda

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submitted 3 Months ago in Opinion

What started out as a protest over Covid restrictions in Canada is now greatly disrupting peoples' everyday lives -- which is what the protest was supposedly aimed at stopping, writes Abdul El-Sayed

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submitted 4 Months ago in Opinion

Russian President Vladimir Putin offered a cringe-inducing look into the strongman's lexicon during a news conference with his French counterpart in Moscow this week. But his salty, bullying language is nothing new. From massive tables to pet dogs, Putin is a master...

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submitted 4 Months ago in Opinion

French lawmakers last month voted to ban women and girls from wearing hijab while playing sports -- showing the world that when it comes to further politicizing, targeting and policing European Muslim women, France is in a league of its own, writes Shaista Aziz.

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submitted 4 Months ago in Opinion

Claire Pierson writes the election of the European Parliament's anti-abortion President, Roberta Metsola, indicates that it is necessary to ensure abortion is designated as a human rights issue, with decriminalization as a minimum standard.

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submitted 4 Months ago in Opinion

This military build-up that was perceived as mere chatter a couple months ago has since become a resounding alarm bell for Ukrainian society, writes Olesia Markovic. There's a desperate search for answers to a very crucial question: What should we do as citizens if...

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submitted 4 Months ago in Opinion

Five months after escaping the Taliban in Kabul, Jamilia Naseri is one of many Afghan women living in limbo in an Albanian hotel room. She describes the despair of watching her homeland face humaniatrian collapse and uncertianty over her future.

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submitted 4 Months ago in Opinion

As a series of high level talks between the US, European allies and Russia wind down, China will be watching closely how far Putin can test the West's resolve, writes Michael Bociurkiw.

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submitted 4 Months ago in Opinion

Tim Soutphommasane and Marc Stears write that much of the Djokovic saga's ridiculousness is rooted in 'Fortress Australia's' confused Covid-19 strategy.

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submitted 5 Months ago in Opinion

David A. Andelman writes that as France gears up for a presidential election, for the first time in the nation's history, female candidates occupy three of the principal axes of the political spectrum -- and one of them may hold the key to the nation's future.

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submitted 6 Months ago in Opinion

Siddharth Kara writes that as global demand for minerals powering our rechargeable devices increases, "artisanal miners" in the DR Congo continue to be exploited by a dangerous and deadly system.

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submitted 6 Months ago in Opinion

Peter Bergen writes that much of the world may have assumed that the evacuation of at-risk Afghans following the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan in mid-August is over. But for many Afghans the story is ongoing.

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submitted 6 Months ago in Opinion

Michael Bociurkiw writes, "Once again, vulnerable people yearning for a better life find themselves caught in a distasteful game of political ping pong between wealthy western nations."

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submitted 6 Months ago in Opinion

Imagine, for a moment, what the world looks like to people living in China today — say, to an average couple.

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submitted 7 Months ago in Opinion

Marina Nemat writes though Iran's transition from a nation of limited social rights to one of virtually none may seem like a distant reality to those living under democracy, the truth is that it is not. If western democracies are not on guard, their citizens can fall...

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submitted 7 Months ago in Opinion

The stakes of this weekend's election for my family are clear. But everyone who believes in freedom, democracy, and the preservation of human rights should be watching for what happens this Sunday in Nicaragua—and the days and weeks after, writes Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa.

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