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Female and LGBTQ soldiers may face more danger from their colleagues than their enemies. Here’s what the president-elect can do.
Terrorist violence and COVID-19 have set maternal health back decades.
The country’s Catholic conservatives have achieved a long-sought goal—and may have fatally weakened their power in the process.
The U.S. administration exports anti-abortion policies abroad and strips international agreements of references to “sexual orientation” and “gender identities.”
New Delhi chose protectionism over the RCEP. History suggests it made the wrong call.
The French Senegalese writer David Diop revises the modernist archetype with a protagonist long excluded from World War I literature: the African soldier on the front lines.
Political chaos has produced leaders with little power and no support.
Fixing Trump’s mistakes in the region will be easy. Avoiding Obama’s will be much harder.
At least 2,500 Mexicans in the United States, many of them essential workers, have died from COVID-19. Back home in Mexico, their grieving families are left without support.