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22 апреля, 23:52

The Desperate Search for Lebanon's Mass Graves

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“Everyone knows someone who went missing. But they don’t speak about these things.”

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22 апреля, 20:49

How North Korea Learned to Live With 'Fire and Fury'

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Kim Jong Un’s concessions on his weapons program suggest that he has adapted to President Trump’s threats.

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22 апреля, 13:00

A Cassandra Cry Against Pope Francis

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Ross Douthat's views on the pope are intensely unpopular. But has he identified a fundamental tension in the Church?

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22 апреля, 00:22

The Island Where France's Colonial Legacy Lives On

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A memorial for the slaves of Guadeloupe has become a flashpoint for still-unresolved social and economic grievances.

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21 апреля, 19:20

North Korea Is Not Denuclearizing

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The Trump administration shouldn’t get too excited about Kim Jong Un’s pledge to limit his weapons program.

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21 апреля, 15:00

Germany’s Unicorn Craze

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The mythical creature rises in uncertain times.

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20 апреля, 22:45

This Is Not the 'End of an Era' in Cuba

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The newly elected president represents an evolution of the Castro regime—an act of self-perpetuation masquerading as change.

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20 апреля, 21:12

Photos of the Week: Newborns, Chocolate Hills, Teacher of the Year

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A baby visits the U.S. Senate floor, Boston Marathoners end up miserably wet, orca whales hunt seal pups in Argentina, Israel celebrates its independence day, and much more.

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20 апреля, 20:36

India’s Vicious Patriarchy

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The gruesome rape and murder of an eight-year-old girl has left many Indians wondering what it will take to stop sexual violence.

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20 апреля, 18:59

A Uniquely American Starbucks Scandal

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The coffee chain is initiating racial-bias trainings for its employees in the U.S.—but, so far, not for those around the globe.

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20 апреля, 18:25

"Rivers of Blood:" The Legacy of a Speech That Divided Britain

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Fifty years on, Enoch Powell’s speech remains a subject of controversy and condemnation. But some of its themes are alive in Brexit Britain.

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20 апреля, 07:00

Radio Atlantic: The Syria Disaster, Seven Years In

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Atlantic editors Matt Thompson and Kathy Gilsinan ask Syria expert Andrew Tabler to explain how the conflict has worn on for years and what the path forward might be.