“In the end, if it isn’t a duck, it shouldn’t quack like a duck,”—Deepika Bahri, who teaches postcolonial…
More than 500,000 people were homeless in the United States at the end of last year. Many who find themselves living on the streets find a level of community and security in homeless encampments.
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North Korea has frozen the South’s assets at the Kaesong Industrial Complex and called Seoul’s suspension of activities there a “dangerous declaration of war.”
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Here's an idea: Throw the country out of the United Nations.
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The French foreign minister called Washington’s approach ambiguous while Turkey’s president accused it of siding with terrorists.
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South Korea suspended operations at the Kaesong Industrial Complex, which is jointly run with the North.
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Fifty-four people were arrested and dozens injured in clashes that began after police tried to clear hawkers from the streets on the first night of Chinese New Year.
Recent images of carnivals around the world, including images from Spain, Brazil, Italy, Germany, Lithuania, Bolivia, and more.
In electing a pop star, whose five-year term ended Sunday, Haitians may have been ahead of the curve.
The satirist Karl Sharro has designed a building using only journalistic and political clichés. It’s a perfect storm and dizzying…