Gambian President Adama Barrow was born the same year his country gained independence. Now, 52 years later, he’s tasked with putting it back together again.
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From Breitbart News to the White House, Steve Bannon represents a powerful and disruptive force that has reshaped American politics.
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Haider al-Abadi has one of the world’s hardest jobs: driving ISIS out of Iraq, launching reforms to the public sector, and preventing his country from being used as a battleground.
Despite inheriting a corruption scandal and a looming threat to the north, South Korean President Moon Jae-in is pushing for open government, dialogue, and peace.
2017 was a year of reckoning. These minds found remarkable ways not just to rethink our strange new world but also to reshape it.
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The tragicomic absurdities of 21st century warfare are finally being transformed into literature.
The International Committee of the Red Cross is “first in, last out” of conflict zones. Their scaling back in Afghanistan is a bad sign.
Europe has managed to slow the flow of migrants, at least for now — but is undermining its most-cherished values in the process.
Europe has outsourced the dirty work of border control to Libyan militias. In doing so, it has turned African migrants into commodities to be captured, sold, and traded like slaves.