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Hong Kong Newspaper Drops Democracy Advocate’s Column
9/2/2014 7:38:21 AM
The columnist’s supporters said The Hong Kong Economic Journal’s decision was a blow to the city’s beleaguered media freedoms, a criticism the newspaper rejected.

Op-Ed Contributor: Scrimping on NATO
9/2/2014 7:38:21 AM
If they want to safeguard their security, European countries need to contribute more to the alliance.

Op-Ed Contributor: Finland’s Lesson for Ukraine
9/2/2014 7:38:21 AM
Small countries with big and powerful neighbors must find their own way to survive.

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Bangladesh’s Traveling Pain
9/2/2014 7:38:21 AM
Ferry disasters and road deaths are so commonplace that we become inured to others’ suffering.

Op-Ed Contributor: Hong Kong's Democracy Dilemma
9/2/2014 7:38:21 AM
Beijing's plan to control elections in Hong Kong has opened a new era of civil disobedience.

Foreign Policy

Is Vladimir Putin Covering Up the Deaths of Russian Soldiers in Ukraine?
Mon, 01 Sep 2014 14:46:05 -0400

Democracy is Contagious
Mon, 01 Sep 2014 12:59:18 -0400
What message does civil unrest in Hong Kong send to the rest of China?

Testing Ground
Mon, 01 Sep 2014 04:14:26 -0400
As Honduras considers establishing its first charter city near the Gulf of Fonseca, the farmers, fishermen, and shopkeepers of Amapala brace themselves for potential upheaval.

Under New Management
Mon, 01 Sep 2014 04:04:13 -0400
The coast of Honduras could be the site of a radical experiment: one in which foreign 
investors bankroll a quasi-sovereign city. Backers say it will lift the region out of poverty -- but residents are anything but convinced.

U.S. Launches New Airstrikes in Iraq
Sun, 31 Aug 2014 11:42:32 -0400

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