Observations of an Expat: Populism reaches its zenith

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Tom Arms

The populist right is riding high—for now.

Unfortunately for them, world demographics are stacked against them. And demographics—like the tides of history—are unstoppable.

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Castro: From Liberator to Dictator

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Sami Jamil Jadallah

America, the great democracy, could never find a dictator it did not like; of course, there are always exceptions to the rules, and the exception is Fidel Castro.

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Thousands of Mongolians risk homelessness due to urban redevelopment failings

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Amnesty International

The Mongolian authorities are failing residents of Ulaanbaatar with an urban redevelopment process that is putting thousands of people at risk of forced eviction and homelessness, human rights NGO Amnesty International said in a new report published.

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