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Internet restrictions would only exacerbate Hong Kong's problems

An internet shutdown would not only hurt the city's economy, but also encourage more violence.

'No quid pro quo': How US legalised corruption long before Trump

'No quid pro quo': How US legalised corruption long before Trump

Since John Roberts became chief justice in 2005, the US Supreme Court has been doing all it can to legalise corruption.

How Turkey's 'Peace Spring' changed the dynamics of Syria's war

How Turkey's 'Peace Spring' changed the dynamics of Syria's war

Turkey's military action on Syria will have consequences far beyond the 'safe zone' it is trying to establish.

Saudi Arabia and Iran may finally be ready for rapprochement

Saudi Arabia and Iran may finally be ready for rapprochement

To achieve peaceful co-existence, however, both regional powers need to make significant compromises.

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When lies Trump truth
Larry Beinhart

When lies Trump truth

If Trump's falsehoods do not get him impeached or defeated in 2020, the future of American democracy will be bleak.