Memorial Day Monday

FP Passport will be on holiday on Monday, so there will be no blog posts. It’s Memorial Day in the U.S., when we honor those who have died in our nation’s service. It also marks the unofficial start of summer. So have a good long weekend, enjoy your barbeques, and  most importantly, take some time ...

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FP Passport will be on holiday on Monday, so there will be no blog posts. It's Memorial Day in the U.S., when we honor those who have died in our nation's service. It also marks the unofficial start of summer. So have a good long weekend, enjoy your barbeques, and  most importantly, take some time to remember the brave soldiers who have fought in the past, as well as those who are overseas today.

FP Passport will be on holiday on Monday, so there will be no blog posts. It’s Memorial Day in the U.S., when we honor those who have died in our nation’s service. It also marks the unofficial start of summer. So have a good long weekend, enjoy your barbeques, and  most importantly, take some time to remember the brave soldiers who have fought in the past, as well as those who are overseas today.

Christine Y. Chen is a senior editor at Foreign Policy.
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