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The Right to Kill

Should Brazil keep its Amazon tribes from taking the lives of their children?

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Germany’s Family Feud

Family reunification for refugees is no longer a given. But keeping relatives apart hurts host countries as well as newcomers.

Asylum seekers in a demo against the deportations to Rwanda in from of Rwanda embassy in Herzelia

For Once We Were Strangers

In Israel, thousands of Eritrean and Sudanese asylum-seekers are stuck in limbo. Photographer Kobi Wolf documents a national crisis.

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Germany’s Family Feud

Family reunification for refugees is no longer a given. But keeping relatives apart hurts host countries as well as newcomers.

From the Editor in Chief

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Down but Not Out

FP’s editor in chief on why our April issue focuses on human rights in the time of Trump

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Eleanor Taylor illustration for Foreign Policy

Economic Rights Are Human Rights

U.S. foreign policy has exacerbated many of the evils it set out to eradicate. It needs an overhaul.

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How to Stand Up For Human Rights in the Age of Trump

Western democracies that were once reliable defenders of human rights have been consumed by a nativist backlash, leaving an open field for dictators and demagogues.

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The End of Human Rights?

Learning from the failure of the Responsibility to Protect and the International Criminal Court.

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Jewish workers drill for water in Kfar Monash, a farm in the British Mandate of Palestine, in August 1946. (Zoltan Kluger/GPO via Getty Images)

How to Defeat Drought

Cape Town is running out of water. Israel offers some lessons on how to avoid that fate.

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Internally displaced people take shelter at the Tanai Kachin Baptist Church in Myanmar’s northern Kachin state in June 2017. (Hkun Lat)

First They Came for the Rohingya

Other ethnic minorities will be Myanmar’s next victims.

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Nikki Haley, U. S. ambassador to the U.N., at the United Nations Plaza in New York on March 6, 2017.

Nikki Haley: The Occasional Activist

Trump's U.N. ambassador promised to promote human rights. Then politics got in the way.

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Mapped: 38 U.S. Ambassadorships Remain Empty

With crucial diplomatic positions vacant, the United States is losings its influence.

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Susan Yung illustration for Foreign Policy

The Long Road to Brexit

Britain’s vote to leave the EU was many years in the making.

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Webuyyourkids (The Jacky Winter Group) illustration for Foreign Policy

Thus Spoke Jordan Peterson

The best-selling psychologist isn't leading young men to salvation — he's delivering them to authoritarianism.

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The Arab World’s Star Student

What Tunisia can teach its neighbors about the value of education.

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A scene from "Babylon Berlin," now streaming on Netflix. (Beta Film)

German TV Is Sanitizing History

A new wave of historical dramas is telling the wrong stories about the country’s past.

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Swastika adorned flags carried at a Nazi Rally in Germany, 1934. (Photo by: Universal History Archive/UIG via Getty Images)

An Obscure Magazine From 1934 Predicted the Nazi Genocide

What a long-lost magazine teaches us about demagoguery and our response to it.

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