December 2015

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big green tent

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A History Defined by the Trade in Human Beings

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An Open Letter to Young Muslims Everywhere: The Seed of Triumph in Every Adversity

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A Secret History of the Monarch: How the Biotech Industry Conspired to Knock Off One of the World’s Rarest Butterflies

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Syria Rebel Leader’s Assassination a Major Blow to US Agenda

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South Korea’s Betrayal of the “Comfort Women”

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Why Your Retirement Prospects are Bleaker Than Ever

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Corbyn’s Enemies Within: Working Class Heroes or Right Wing Populists?

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Dying of Neglect: the Indigenous Peoples of Ayutla

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Aleppo’s Tears

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The Ongoing Tension between Power and Morality

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Putin’s Magnificent Propaganda Machine

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Christmas Eve in the City That Never Sleeps

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Greece: an Alternative

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The 2015 Rachel Corrie Sports Tournament for Athletes with Disabilities

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Star Wars and the Death of American Cinema

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Who is the Arch Racist: Hillary or the Donald?

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Inside the Paris Climate Agreement: Hope or Hype?

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The Unspoken Problem With the Tamir Rice Killing

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Bail-Ins Begin: a Crisis Worse than ISIS?

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How to Crush Erdoğan’s Expansionism

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The Making of an Activist-Journalist: the Rebel Reporting of John Ross

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“Miracle of American Oil”

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Your Building May Be a Time Bomb

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Hidden Browsing Histories: Theresa May and the Snooper’s Charter

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Japan Offers Reparation to Korean ‘Comfort Women’

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Washington Post Covers for Gina Raimondo, Rhode Island’s Corporate Democrat

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The Politics of the “Comfort Women” Deal

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Hasta la Vista, Lemmy

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