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Is There Hope for Afghanistan’s Other Daughters?

The latest round of convictions in the brutal public murder of an Afghan woman was mob justice -- not real change.

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Famed Writer Karl Ove Knausgaard Declares War on Sweden, ‘Land of the Cyclops’

The Norwegian super author goes to attack against what he sees as Sweden's narrow, parochial view of literature.

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Newly Released bin Laden Files Include Trove of Letters, Books — and Issues of FP

The al Qaeda leader had several 2008 issues of Foreign Policy in his Abbottabad hide out.

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Hollywood’s New Box-Office Battleground: The Chinese Heartland

Forget Beijing and Shanghai. The fates of flicks like Age of Ultron will be decided in places like Changzhou.

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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.

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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.

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