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After Trump Visit, Mexico’s Finance Minister Is Out of a Job

Mexico's finance minister reportedly pushed for Trump's visit.

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A Lot of People Are Angry About Trump’s Visit to Mexico

Social media users and Mexican politicians are up in arms over Trump's visit to Mexico.

Passport

Amnesty International Accused of ‘Sedition’ in India

The human rights group is in India’s crosshairs over an event focused on the hot-button issue of Kashmir.

The Cable

This Bollywood Star Keeps Getting Stopped at U.S. Airports

It's the third time in recent years Khan has been stopped by U.S. security.

Voice

Africa’s Hottest Frozen Border Boils Over

Hundreds of soldiers just died in the worst flare-up between Ethiopia and Eritrea since their 1998-2000 war. Could a return to open conflict be around the corner?

Argument

Don’t Blame Sykes-Picot for the Middle East’s Mess

The focus on the century-old accord is a product of bad history and shoddy social science -- and it’s surely not the cause of the region's dysfunction.

Argument

The Intolerable Cruelty of Australia’s Refugee Deterrence Strategy

Canberra’s decision to offshore asylum seekers in inhumane facilities in Papua New Guinea and Nauru isn’t an accident. It’s exactly the intention.

The Cable

Guatemalan President Offers Trump ‘Cheap Labor’ To Build Border Wall

Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales has a laugh at the expense of Donald Trump.

Voice

Europe Can Still Save Itself

The EU doesn’t stand a chance against global instability if it can’t control its borders.

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