Amid the brutal civil war, a town fought off the regime and the fundamentalists—and dared to hold an election. Can its experiment in democracy survive?

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On the burden of the black public intellectual.

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And other arguments for economic independence.

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Still trapped in a greater Middle Eastern quagmire, the U.S. Military prepares for global combat.

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You’ve probably had your fill of the media coverage, punditry, tweets, and wisecracks surrounding President Trump’s controversial trip to Paris, officially undertaken to honor the Allied soldiers, especially the Americans, who perished in France during World War I...

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Face it: it’s been an abusive time, to use a word he likes to wield...

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  • Nov 13, 2018
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Competitive Early-Career Journalism Program, Previously Administered in Partnership With The Nation Institute, Will Continue to Offer Educational Opportunities and Experiences to Emerging Journalists

 

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The mid-term elections are over, and the Democrats have regained the House, but the rest of American political reality remains intact...

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