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Legalizing Repatriations to Gloss Over Human Rights Violations
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Legalizing Repatriations to Gloss Over Human Rights Violations
May 14, 2021

Europe may remain pristine, or so it thinks, but its colonial legacy remains an open wound, Ramona Wadi writes.

Tainted UN Chief Guterres Certain to Run Second Term
May 13, 2021

A corrupt system which allows the UN chief to continue a second term is likely to keep Antonio Guterres’ seat warm. The only good news is it will boost the number of women candidates in 2027

Tainted UN Chief Guterres Certain to Run Second Term
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Butting Heads With China and Russia: American Diplomats Are Outclassed
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Butting Heads With China and Russia: American Diplomats Are Outclassed
May 13, 2021

United State engagement in complicated overseas quarrels should be limited to areas where genuine vital interests are at stake.

Who Dunnit Bill? Melinda Gates Sought Divorce After Epstein Reports
May 12, 2021

Bill Gates with his business and philanthropic empires spanning the globe would have been a prime target for extortion.

Who Dunnit Bill? Melinda Gates Sought Divorce After Epstein Reports
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