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Trump Through Russian Eyes

I am an American, Moscow-born. And because of that, my Americanness, unlike that of Saul Bellow's Augie March, once triggered something of a national debate back in Russia.

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Stopping the War on Children

Twenty years ago this month, the United Nations General Assembly received a report by former Mozambican Education Minister Graça Machel detailing the effects of armed conflict on children.

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Voting for a Better US Political System

The American political train has gone off the rails, and it seems farther than ever from getting back on track.

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Europe’s Leadership Crisis

The European Union's list of crises keeps growing. But, beyond the United Kingdom's "Brexit" vote to leave the bloc, Poland's constitutional-court imbroglio, Russian expansionism, migrants and refugees, and resurgent nationalism, the greatest threat to the EU ...

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SOS for China’s SOEs

For decades, China's economy sustained double-digit GDP growth, seemingly impervious to business cycles. But it wasn't immune: in fact, the six-year slowdown China experienced after the 1997 Asian financial crisis was a symptom of precisely such a cycle.

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The Human Right That Keeps on Giving

In Côte d'Ivoire, I once met a boy working on a cocoa farm whose only dream was someday to taste the rich ...

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Creating a Learning Generation

Over the last 15 years, the number of students worldwide has increased by some 243 million, a reflection ...

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Africa Still Rising

Is the honeymoon over for African economies? Less than a decade ago, it seemed that the continent's ...

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Education and the Invisible Child

In his 1952 novel, Invisible Man, the late Ralph Ellison famously portrayed American blacks as silent, ...

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Turkey’s Changing Freedom Deficit

Turkey's Justice and Development Party (AKP) rose to power in 2002 on the promise that it would give ...

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Watering the Middle East

The United Nations World Water Development Report confirms what many already know: hundreds of thousands ...

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