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The latest U.S. campaign on teen use of e-cigarettes is an example of global efforts to safeguard the innocence of children.
President Trump’s scuttled talks with the militant group can now lead to a focus on an election that will further show the source of power in Afghanistan.
Readers shared their views on racism in politics and how they view the term “dog whistles” as it’s applied in politics.
In a surprising grassroots unity, much of Africa decried the violence against immigrants in South Africa. This unity may reflect a continent finding shared values and purpose.
Late summer blooms brighten a field on the outskirts of Frankfurt, Germany, as the sun rises on Sept. 6.
After a few former guerrillas declared a return to armed conflict, the response showed the depth of the desire to save a 2016 peace pact.
Beijing’s claim that the West was behind the territory’s protests was shattered by Hong Kong’s leader, who now admits the people’s grievances.
Can a country be too diverse for democracy to work? India’s only path to superpower status lies in proving that the answer is no.
An agreement “in principle” between the U.S. and Taliban must be only the first step toward building a viable peace among Afghans.
The 1619 Project from The New York Times, AfricanAncestry.com, and more: Our Sept. 9 cover story tracks the new American conversation on race.
Readers wrote in about the need for more direct climate reporting and the shift in social consciousness since the days of Woodstock.
In suspending Parliament, a prime minister plays hardball while Brexit’s opponents play for time after losing a referendum. Both need a change of course to save their democracy.
Like the protesters in Hong Kong, the Philippines demands that Beijing obey the law in the South China Sea.
An unlikely group of nations has helped launch Sudan on a path toward democracy, breaking a prevalent pessimism about the Middle East and North Africa.
In the feud between Brazil and France over the future of the Amazon, one solution lies in defining sovereignty down to those living in the rainforest.
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