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A look at the peculiar obsession with “Santa Barbara” in the post-Soviet experience.
A new generation of rockstar philosophers are taking the discipline to the masses. But their TED Talks, TV shows, and best-sellers might be ruining it forever.
Eine neue Generation deutscher Philosophen bringt die Disziplin Kants, Hegels und Adornos näher ans Volk als je zuvor -- und vielleicht eher zu Fall.
The experience of a young lawyer raises difficult questions about race, belonging, and the bureaucracy of affirmative action in a country lauded for its egalitarian history.
A troupe of popular young comics avoids mixing humor and politics in Rwanda.
A wave of brutal violence against visiting college students is forcing the country to examine its racism problem.
Meet the woman in Moscow caring for the U.S. canines of state.
Surveillance, drones, and never-ending wars have given new global resonance to the works of George Orwell.
In a politically correct era, is it ever OK to crave colonialist cuisine?
On the frontlines of war, there are only the briefest of moments to save lives—or lose them.
A derelict beer factory stirs social divides in Beirut.
Refugees are often portrayed as helpless victims — reporting on culture and cuisine is one way to tell the whole story.
The American Muslim community is growing into a dynamic group — one that is firmly planted in the U.S. tradition of individualism.
The Czech Embassy celebrates one of its own.
Num país famoso por um ideal de mistura racial, a luta de uma candidata para usar cotas raciais levanta questões complexas sobre cor e identidade no Brasil.
With Adam Rawnsley Speak, memory. Presidential son-in-law and White House advisor Jared Kushner says he has no recollection of two phone calls he reportedly shared with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak between April and November 2016, and is “highly skeptical these calls took place.” The assertion comes in his opening statement to the Senate Intelligence...
A contentious overhaul of the country’s judiciary could see Brussels invoke the “nuclear option.”
Unhappy with Tillerson over Iran, the president is turning to trusted aides.
The special counsel has a mammoth job, and the president has just warned him of what he long suspected: He may not have much time.