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  • A global wish for honest leaders Tue, 23 Jan 2018 15:48:41 -0500

    A global wish for honest leadersThe prime minster of Norway made a welcome suggestion at this year’s World Economic Forum in the Swiss ski resort of Davos. “We need to see who is taking money, who is bribing others, and show that this is unacceptable in all our societies,” said Erna Solberg, one of the co-chairs, who are all women, at Davos. If there is any cross-border movement against corruption, it is in Latin America.


  • Irked by Trump's policy and posturing, Europeans find ways to push back Tue, 23 Jan 2018 14:43:22 -0500

    Irked by Trump's policy and posturing, Europeans find ways to push backAt a press conference called at Mr. Hoekstra’s residence on his first day on the job this month, journalists questioned him about comments he made prior to being nominated ambassador by President Trump, about Muslim “no-go” zones in the Netherlands and about politicians and cars “burned.” Did he say those comments or not? Recommended: Think you know Europe? After several refusals to give a straight answer, Ms. Righton declared in exasperation – in a comment that’s since become famous around the globe – “This is the Netherlands.


  • Does Congress need the president to take the lead? Tue, 23 Jan 2018 14:28:54 -0500

    Does Congress need the president to take the lead?Ironically, President Trump – a dealmaker in his past life – was nowhere to be seen when the deal to reopen the government was struck. Mr. Trump had spent the weekend holed up in the White House, talking with friends, aides, and key Republican lawmakers, watching his surrogates speak for him on television, and perhaps most important, steering clear of top Democrats. This was all by design, stage-managed by advisers who sought to prevent the chaos of the past few weeks from spilling over into the high-stakes arena of a partial government shutdown.


  • In Syrian 'epicenter of suffering,' women model resilience Tue, 23 Jan 2018 10:28:47 -0500

    In Syrian 'epicenter of suffering,' women model resilienceThe sound of female laughter and the cheerful beat of an Arabic goblet drum pierce the walls of a ground floor apartment in the rebel-held Syrian city of Douma. Indeed, how to feed their children is just one of the extreme challenges faced daily by the women who gathered at the apartment recently to support one another and choose to be happy. Recommended: How well do you understand the conflict in Syria?


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