The country can celebrate decreasing infection and death rates, but the authoritarian shadow of this past year will be difficult to purge.
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Every attempt to propagandize the past further diminishes this nation's chances at constructing a united future.
Tightrope: Years of Civilian Casualties in Yemen Force US to Rethink Anti-Iran Interests in the Region
Approximately 8 million Yemeni people are currently endangered by famine, and 1 million are threatened by a cholera outbreak.
Many are familiar with The Federalist Papers and the viewpoints supportive of the Constitution. But what did the other founders believe?
The Supreme Court rejected a broad interpretation of a legal doctine, lending firearm owners a big win in the nation's highest court.
Chinese President Xi Jinping announced the Belt and Road Initiative in 2013. Since then, the project has grown in scope and size.
Biden Admin Downplays 'Cold War' Parallels but Continues Rallying Allies Against China Behind the Scenes
Biden has espoused an odd mix of Trump-era directives and new policy ideas, ushering in a new era in the US-China relationship.
Biden promised to 'push back on China’s attack on human rights, intellectual property and global governance.'
The geopolitical quarrel between Taipei and Beijing is now a continuous struggle that engulfs the entire international community.
Of the many similarites between Presidents Biden and Roosevelt, none strike a greater resemblance than their court-packing proposals.