Organizers have signaled that the Games aren’t solely a competition among nations.
A few radical ideas to reform the Games
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The father of a Muslim American who died in Iraq confronts Donald Trump.
A former NATO general imagines a frightening scenario.
One Australian Muslim’s surprising response to calls for a Muslim ban
Where does Turkey go from here?
“I’m completely mystified,” says one Indian reporter.
It depends where you look.
The American Dream is alive and well—in Northern Europe.
The country is once again reeling from a bombing, after setting an international record for terrorism-related deaths in 2014.
David Brooks and Arthur Brooks offer advice on how to turn a job into a vocation.
Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton makes his case.
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The nation’s top law-enforcement official speaks out on her tarmac meeting with Bill Clinton, and how she’ll handle the investigation of Hillary Clinton.
Critics claim British voters were unqualified to decide such a complicated issue. But democracy itself isn’t the problem.
Brexit could spell the “death of a certain idea of Europe,” Mark Leonard says.
The U.S. is pressing ahead with its opening to Cuba. What does that mean for democracy on the island?
Founder Jimmy Wales discusses the barriers to the encyclopedia’s expansion.