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Donald Trump’s Assault on the Enlightenment

The new administration is looking to cut federal funding for arts and humanities education. It’s not cost savings; it’s an attack on reason itself.

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What Foreign Policy Staff Read in 2016

Writers and editors share some of the best books they read this year.

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The Foreign Policy Wonk’s Best Songs of 2016

From Filipino folk to Ukrainian pop to the Rolling Stones, it was a turbulent political year, with a soundtrack to match.

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Last-Minute Gifts for Wonks: 2016 Edition

Here are some gifts from around the world, fit for even the most insatiable global affairs glutton.

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Night Creatures

Out of work, Cuban youth revel after dark in Havana's underground electronic music scene.

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The Myth of Chaebol Exceptionalism

Everyone wants to blame South Korea’s incestuous business culture for the recent failures of its massive conglomerates. But that’s not the reason they’re in a funk.

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Politics Are on Exhibit at Migration Museums, Not History

Museums around the world are now trying to teach the virtues of immigration. But their simplistic stories do citizens a disservice.

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I Broadcast Myself on the Chinese Web for Two Weeks

In the process, I learned why Chinese millennials can't seem to unplug from the live-streaming craze.

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