Stories By 'The New York Times'
Even among that cast of illiberal leaders who rouse mobs with their ruthless policies and disdain for democratic protections, President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines stands out for his viciousness.
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The Trump administration’s decision to end the Temporary Protected Status for nearly 200,000 people from El Salvador who have been allowed to live in the United States for more than a decade comes as no surprise.
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Encouraged by supportive signals from Washington and disarray in Israeli politics, Israeli right-wing politicians are enacting measures that could deal a death blow to the creation of a separate state for Palestinians,
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After the European Union took an unprecedented step last week toward stripping Poland of its voting rights in the bloc, Europe’s far right erupted in outrage, accusing a faceless bureaucracy of having its way with a sovereign state.
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Last year, at least 117,407 Americans who were barred by law from buying a gun nevertheless tried to purchase one from a licensed dealer.
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On Dec. 13, Myanmar’s Ministry of Information released a photograph of two handcuffed men who had been arrested for simply doing their job.
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