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Afghan Women Deserve Nobel Peace Prize

Under the Taliban regime, Afghan women are facing growing hostility and restrictions, but they continue to resist.

Jeffrey Marsh: Trans Rights and Parent Concerns Both Matter

While trans rights must be upheld, parents and feminists worried about their children must be heard.

Is Pakistan in a January 6 Crisis like Imran Khan?

Unless political parties, the military and the judiciary abide by the Constitution, coming elections won't fix anything.

Biden’s World Bank President Pick Can’t Solve Crisis

Instead of curbing poverty, as its mission outlines, the bank entrenches inequality. Its US-led governance is to blame.

Kindness Matters at Europe’s Hostile Borders

We should recognise and praise the few border security officers who offer a helping hand to asylum seekers.

Indonesia’s Failure to Resolve West Papua Conflict

The country's government has focused on containing, rather than resolving, a crisis with roots in a dubious referendum.

Objectivity’s Future: The Battle Ahead

Criticism of The New York Times's coverage of trans rights reveals the problem with claiming objectivity in journalism.

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