Opinion : Reuters

In illiberal societies, a wider #MeToo movement ― John Lloyd

FEBRUARY 13 ― In China, women calling themselves the “silence breakers” have demanded investigations into allegations of sexual harassment. In doing so, they pit themselves against a macho...

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Why the US should support Iran protesters ― Roya Hakakian

JANUARY 17 ― In recent weeks, Iran has again been in the throes of an uprising. Signs of the regime change America had long hoped to see are on the horizon. In the unlikeliest cities — once...

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From Guernica’s ruins, a lesson in fake news — John Lloyd

DECEMBER 11 — A little over 80 years ago, on April 26, 1937, German and Italian warplanes bombed the Basque town of Guernica, razing much of it. Italian planes targeted a bridge, while the...

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Why Iraq should limit Islamic State trials — Sarah Leah Whitson

DECEMBER 6 — At the height of its power in Iraq, Islamic State controlled 40 per cent of the country’s territory and the daily lives of millions of Iraqis. Tens of thousands of Iraqis came...

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The truth behind the US show of force in Asia — Peter Apps

NOVEMBER 14 — As President Donald Trump tours Asia, three US nuclear-powered aircraft carrier battle groups are exercising together in the Pacific. It’s an awesome display of US military...

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