Not the Aung San Suu Kyi I used to know

I used to talk to Aung San Suu Kyi when she was fighting repression in Myanmar. Now she won't condemn the mass killings of Rohingya. Why not?

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War crimes, impunity and the International Criminal Court

The International Criminal Court was meant to help rid the world of war criminals. But impunity still reigns. And the U.S. now wants the ICC to die.

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Mass Venezuelan exodus stirs crisis with neighbors

Venezuela's economic crisis has sent millions of refugees into surrounding countries, stirring regional tensions and fanning populist anger.

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Facebook, Twitter combat disinformation, belatedly

Facebook and Twitter were caught napping when Russian agents tried to sway the U.S. 2016 elections. Now, they are declaring war on disinformation.

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Steve Bannon’s roots: Esoteric fascism and Aryanism

Former White House adviser Steve Bannon has had a major influence on Donald Trump and is supporting nationalists elsewhere. Here are his intellectual roots.

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Can China — the world’s factory — sustain its growth?

China's rise is one of the remarkable developments of our age. Global well-being hinges in part on the answer to this question: Can China sustain growth?

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China’s millennials: They will impact all of us

There are more millennials in China than the entire population of the U.S. and Canada. Whatever your interest, these young Chinese will impact you.

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Not the Aung San Suu Kyi I used to know

I used to talk to Aung San Suu Kyi when she was fighting repression in Myanmar. Now she won't condemn the mass killings of Rohingya. Why not?

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War crimes, impunity and the International Criminal Court

The International Criminal Court was meant to help rid the world of war criminals. But impunity still reigns. And the U.S. now wants the ICC to die.

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Mass Venezuelan exodus stirs crisis with neighbors

Venezuela's economic crisis has sent millions of refugees into surrounding countries, stirring regional tensions and fanning populist anger.

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Could “lost” Indonesian Jews hasten Second Coming?

An evangelical Christian whisks four men from a remote Indonesian island to Israel, part of a life-long effort to gather the world’s “lost” Jews.

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Steve Bannon’s roots: Esoteric fascism and Aryanism

Former White House adviser Steve Bannon has had a major influence on Donald Trump and is supporting nationalists elsewhere. Here are his intellectual roots.

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Paterson, New Jersey: Portrait of a Promised City

Paterson city and its powerful waterfall drew my immigrant family from the Middle East. The cataract may hold the key to the depressed city's future.

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News-Decoder podcast partnership to broadcast young voices

News-Decoder is partnering with a UK-based charity, Podium.me, to produce an eight-episode podcast on major international issues.

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Not all Chinese students in the U.S. are rich and spoiled

Chinese students flaunting luxury cars and flashy designer clothes fuel a stereotype that ignores the harsh reality for many compatriots on U.S. campuses.

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Laggard Jordan advances slowly on women’s rights

In many countries, women live without the legal protection the West takes for granted. Jordan has made strides to protect women's rights, but it still lags.

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Foreign students take Trump policies in stride

Moves by the Trump administration to curb immigration at first rattled university students, but Indiana University has worked to put foreigners at ease.

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How the Chinese language has shaped my notion of time

I spent the past year in Beijing. The Chinese language has taught me that change is inevitable -- and life will yield new governments and new loves for me.

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