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End of strategic ambiguity? Ukraine war shifts thinking on Taiwan.

In both China and the U.S., the Ukraine conflict is shifting strategic thinking on Taiwan. All sides face high stakes.

How climate change ‘doomerism’ fuels violent extremism

Finding that messages of alarm can lead to despair – and even violent extremism – climate activists are increasingly urging action grounded in hope.

Why Ukraine helps global causes for honest leaders

The country’s anti-graft successes may have helped trigger the Russian invasion. But the war now inspires calls for an international anti-corruption court.

When faced with hate, Rabbi Litvin educates

When an antisemitic slur cut through the night, Rabbi Litvin might have been forgiven for responding with a rebuke. Instead he opened a dialogue.

Can Francia Márquez give voice to Colombia’s forgotten?

Colombians head to the polls this weekend to vote for a new president. But it’s an atypical vice presidential candidate who is rallying many to vote.

‘Incremental progress’: Biden signs executive order on policing

On the second anniversary of George Floyd’s death, amid congressional deadlock on police reform, President Joe Biden signed an executive order aimed at addressing racism and excessive use of force particularly in federal law enforcement agencies.

It's the law: Oklahoma prohibits all abortions, with few exceptions

Oklahoma has signed into law the nation’s strictest abortion ban prohibiting all abortions except to save the life of a pregnant woman or if the pregnancy is the result of rape or incest that has been reported to law enforcement.

See you in court: Hindu nationalists petition to access Muslim mosques

For nearly three centuries, Muslims and Hindus in Varanasi city have worshipped separated by one wall. But Hindus now say the Gyanvapi mosque sits on top of temple ruins. The dispute is one of many in which Hindus claim mosque sites are their property.

Why Fed says fighting inflation is Job 1, despite recession risk

Indicators point toward the economy cooling, but 40-year-high inflation remains untamed. This creates a delicate balancing act for policymakers.

Sleepless night: Uvalde seeks courage in a school shooting’s wake

In Uvalde, familiar questions echo, as they had in Santa Fe, in El Paso, and in Sutherland Springs. How could something like this happen here, in this town? In our town?

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