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Varying reactions to Castro’s death offer a somber reminder that oppression and opportunity, often coded by ethnicity and race, are not always clear-cut diametric opposites.
The recent transformation of Hungarian politics—particularly the metamorphosis of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán—offers a cautionary tale of what can happen when a right-wing national populist leader gets elected.
The United States has been a leader in the global clean energy movement, but it now courts irrelevance and decline.
On Veterans Day, the Center for American Progress offers a statistical snapshot of the nation's veterans and the challenges they face.
The United States and China take the lead in identifying their own wasteful fossil fuel subsidies in a coordinated peer review.
The United States and China should look beyond their differences and work with Southeast Asian nations on shared challenges.
In countries across the world, corrupt officials conspire with criminal actors to profit off of human misery. The United States and its international partners should do more to hold both groups accountable for their abuses.
The next U.S. administration should advance a long-term affirmative agenda that deepens engagement with long-standing partners, builds a new framework for regional cooperation, and utilizes America’s unique leverage and assets to advance U.S. interests and values.
The July 15 coup attempt was deeply traumatic for Turkey, but that does not justify President Erdoğan’s many disturbing postcoup actions.