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Devastating wildfires are reshaping California, a state that has always been both a wild frontier and a bastion of progress.
A long history of US intervention in Latin America cannot be separated from the current crises.
From Ethiopia to Ukraine to India, the fight for control over water management systems is sparking conflict.
Westerners should have no illusions about the blame the Cuban government bears for the country’s poverty and lack of democracy
The village of Lytton has recorded Canada’s all-time high temperature of 49.6°C.
The US president is betting that democracy can outlast and outcompete autocracy, whether Chinese or Russian.
The evidence suggests that the Delta and Gamma variants are more dangerous for everyone, including young people.
Lax lockdowns, a slow vaccine roll-out and the spread of a new Covid variant have resulted in the highest number of daily deaths in the world.
Talk of a “surge” in migrants masks the true problem: the US’s inhumane treatment of children and their families.
With the former president now eligible to contest the 2022 election, the Brazilian left finally has cause for hope.