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Soldiers and sailors in small-town papers

One of the things I like about reading small-town newspapers (I read two weeklies where I live in Maine, and follow the websites of two other papers) is the short stories about members of the community who have gone off to the military.

Tea Leaf Nation

China Liked TPP — Until U.S. Officials Opened Their Mouths

Chinese were once eager to latch onto the massive trade pact as a lever for internal reform. But with harsh U.S. rhetoric rising, that ship has sailed.

Tea Leaf Nation

A Day to Watch in China: September 3, 2015

It will mark a nationwide holiday to remember victory over Japan. Visitors from Japan may wish to steer clear.

Argument

Taking the High Road in the Propaganda War

Only truth — not propaganda — can beat back Russia’s misinformation offensive.

Dispatch

Mexico's Free Press Heroine Gets Her Day in Court

The firing of crusading Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui has become the latest cause for free press activists. But is her salacious story as straightforward as it seems?

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