Niccolò BarcaIf you’re confused by the country’s recent shake-ups, you’re not alone.
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Nelson Rauda, John WashingtonThe new enforcement agency is more about preventing migrants from leaving the country than it is about protecting the El Salvador’s borders.
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Emily HoldenChildren, pregnant people, and the elderly are the most at risk from extreme weather and heat—but the impact is already being felt across every specialty of medicine.
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Alex RonanAnne Boyer’s The Undying insists on a Marxist and feminist reading of the disease, opposing narratives confined to individual triumph or tragedy.
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Mark HertsgaardThe media and climate activists must “name and shame” laggards, says the UN special envoy.
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Diana ButtuWhile Netanyahu’s talk of annexing parts of the West Bank caused a flurry, the reality is that few parties would oppose it.
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Natalie HanmanThe No Logo author talks about solutions to the climate crisis, Greta Thunberg, birth strikes, and how she finds hope.
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Nadezhda AzhgikhinaNew opposition faces emerge after local elections in Moscow and other regions throughout Russia.
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Alex PressA union co-founded by a socialist has become a bastion of conservatism, but a reform movement is brewing within its ranks.
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