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Read more about Trudy Rubin: Notre Dame fire already being turned into tortured metaphors
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Trudy Rubin: Notre Dame fire already being turned into tortured metaphors

Apr 23, 2019
Read more about Trudy Rubin: Notre Dame fire already being turned into tortured metaphors
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Trudy Rubin of The Philadelphia Inquirer is struck by how quickly the fire that severely damaged the Notre Dame Cathedral in France has ignited "dueling narratives" regarding the future of the country and the European continent.

Testing debates

Apr 05, 2019
We need to fix this. there should only be an excerpt for the first note in a debate
Read more about 3 takeaways: Trump-Kim collapse —  'a breakdown that … didn't need to happen'
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3 takeaways: Trump-Kim collapse — 'a breakdown that … didn't need to happen'

Feb 28, 2019
Read more about 3 takeaways: Trump-Kim collapse —  'a breakdown that … didn't need to happen'
Read more about 3 takeaways: Trump-Kim collapse —  'a breakdown that … didn't need to happen'
John Bennett of CQ Roll Call looks at some of the takeaways from Trump's failed nuke negotiations with North Korea.

Threat of US imprisonment won't deter migrant mothers protecting their children

Feb 13, 2019
After meeting with asylum-seeking migrant mothers to help them prepare to interview with asylum officers, Meg Hobbins says the violence they're fleeing from surmounts any obstacles they face upon arriving at the U.S. border and that policies of deterrence will fail as long as those conditions remain in Central American countries.
Read more about Commentary: Your kids are absolutely right to go on strike
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Commentary: Your kids are absolutely right to go on strike

Mar 19, 2019
Read more about Commentary: Your kids are absolutely right to go on strike
Read more about Commentary: Your kids are absolutely right to go on strike
"Can you really blame the kids," asks Chris Bryant. "The planet has warmed by "only" about 1 degree Celsius (1.8 Fahrenheit) since pre-industrial times and yet the destructive effects of climate change have become frighteningly apparent. The heatwaves, floods, deadly wildfires and violent hurricanes we've experienced lately are mild compared to what our children will contend with. The world is on track to heat up by more than 3 degrees by 2100 and the warming won't miraculously stop then."
Read more about Former UN human rights chief on Trump, populism, complacency toward war crimes
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Former UN human rights chief on Trump, populism, complacency toward war crimes

Apr 04, 2019
Read more about Former UN human rights chief on Trump, populism, complacency toward war crimes
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Trudy Rubin asked the former United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein, how to "lead a fight for human rights in a world where mass slaughter of civilians goes unpunished, where populists and autocrats are rising — and where the United States no longer leads a global pushback against human rights crimes?"

Editorial: The Trump-Kim summit carries obvious risks but also possible rewards

Feb 28, 2019
"As President Donald Trump meets with North Korea's Kim Jong Un in Vietnam, there are ample reasons for concern, a lot of them stemming from Trump's failings as a leader and as a human being," writes the L.A. Times Editorial Board. "But there is also reason for guarded optimism about the summit and the larger engagement between the United States and North Korea."
Read more about Commentary: Bolsonaro's US trip was a globalist's dream
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Commentary: Bolsonaro's US trip was a globalist's dream

Mar 26, 2019
Read more about Commentary: Bolsonaro's US trip was a globalist's dream
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Mac Margolis, of Bloomberg News, argues that Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro's visit to the United States this week wasn't as disastrous as critics are saying. While many Brazilians feel Bolsonaro humiliated himself fawning over Trump and American culture, Margolis points out that he has taken a significant step in thawing U.S.-Brazil relations and moving his country toward greater participation in the global economy.

Commentary: Treat far-right terror as the threat it is

Mar 19, 2019
Leonid Bershidsky points out the disproportionate media coverage of Islamist terrorism, which is on the wane, while outlets tend to only cover violence perpetrated by far-right white supremacists under certain circumstances — even though those attacks have increased by around 500 percent since 2014.