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|The bottom line on Trump’s Kim Jong-un meeting, How the West should deal with the Russian nerve gas attack, Francis Fukuyama was wrong on liberal democracy, Australian gun control did stop mass killings, Gender equality is not a zero-sum game|
|Sat, 24 Mar 2018 06:00:03 -0400|
“It is finally happening, US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will be meeting face-to-face in May after months ... of bellicose posturing that brought the world to the brink of a nuclear war...,” states an editorial.
|Readers write: Winning recipe, Kindle for a train ride, prepping for the State of the Union, measuring progress|
|Sat, 24 Mar 2018 06:00:02 -0400|
Regarding the Jan. 22 Home Forum essay, “Stealth parenting”: I tried writer Teresa Exner’s cranberry-almond muffin recipe, and it is wonderful and easy. Recommended: Could you pass a US citizenship test? Regarding the Feb. 19 books article “Europe, what are you reading?”: I’ve spent many happy hours reading on European trains, and in the past 10 years, I have used a Kindle.
|Europe backs Britain – and itself|
|Fri, 23 Mar 2018 15:34:34 -0400|
Russia’s drive to create dissent among Western democracies just hit an unexpected speed bump. On Friday, the European Union agreed that Russia was “highly likely” to be responsible for the poisoning of a former spy and his daughter in Britain earlier this month. Europe, in other words, will not allow itself to become like Syria’s chemical battleground.
|In South Africa, a push to reclaim an Afrikaans as diverse as its speakers|
|Fri, 23 Mar 2018 14:32:21 -0400|
When a wave of student protests began crashing over South Africa’s universities in mid-2015, it didn’t take long to reach the doors of Stellenbosch University. “Being taught in Afrikaans, going to class and not understanding – these have all been part of how Stellenbosch has excluded me as a black student,” a PhD student named Mwabisa Makaluza explained to a South African paper at the time, referring to the local language that was heavily used by the apartheid government. Recommended: Think you know Africa?