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The New Yorker Casts Its Ballot

One of America's top magazines often appeared smug as it covered 2012 elections.

Ahead of the Curve: Roadmap Revival?

The way forward is to concentrate on solving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which, because the many problems of the region are so interlinked, can create, in turn, momentum for dealing with the other regional disputes that feed it.


Viva Putin?

Only a vocal minority wants Putin out of Russia.

Unique Dissidence: A Conversation with Castro's Most Prominent Challenger

Paya’s abiding commitment to human rights, freedom of expression and non-violent change—on the one hand—and the apparent imminence of unprecedented circumstances in Cuba, could make this dissident historically consequential.

Bush's State of Delusion Address

The president added flourish last night on his central strategy for Iraq, but this central reality holds true: Iraqi forces are “standing up”, but they are fighting for militias—and against our troops.

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April 20, 2014