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US involvement isn’t helping the Cuban opposition

US involvement isn’t helping the Cuban opposition

Justifiable protests against the regime in Havana are undermined by support from Washington.

The green wave of popular outrage in Latin America

The green wave of popular outrage in Latin America

Concern over environmental plunder is fueling protests that could reshape politics in several countries.

Cooperation with China and Russia is the only way forward

Cooperation with China and Russia is the only way forward

Putting aside power rivalries would require some painful compromises. But it’s our best chance to address the world’s problems.

My Obituary for Iran Ex-Pesident Bani-Sadr

My Obituary for Iran Ex-Pesident Bani-Sadr

He tried to resist the currents of Islamic radicalism, but was forced out of office when he lost the support of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini.

The brief life and tragic end of the United States of Central America

The brief life and tragic end of the United States of Central America

Two centuries ago, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica formed a national federation. That country’s breakup is a warning for divided societies today.