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But that reckoning is a good thing, says Karin Olofsdotter, Sweden's ambassador to the U.S., who is one of roughly two dozen female ambassadors in... [Read More]
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The Trump presidency traffics in reality TV tropes, with a lot of drama both on stage and off. As Trump huffs and puffs with compulsive... [Read More]
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Simply put, globalization is people, things and ideas crossing national boundaries with greater speed, frequency, impact and reach. Anything constrained by those boundaries, like national... [Read More]
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What do Burkina Faso's Blaise Compaoré, Ukraine's Viktor Yanukovych and Guatemala's Otto Pérez Molina have in common? Answer: All three were deeply corrupt presidents... [Read More]
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They are both medical doctors. Their two oldest daughters have already appeared in a movie even though they are only 8 and 10 years old.... [Read More]
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"Tamayo: The New York Years" takes a look at the way the artist was shaped by his time living in the city intermittently from the... [Read More]
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Before the #MeToo and Time's Up movements, there was D.C.'s Women's Voices Theater Festival, a forward-thinking month-long celebration that gave female-penned plays their proper due. [Read More]
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The OAS Art Museum of the Americas offers a sweeping survey of Latin American art over the last century in "Palimpsestus: Image and Memory." [Read More]
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Given the dramatic state of U.S.-Mexico relations under President Trump, the title of a new exhibition at the Mexican Cultural Institute is appropriately dramatic: "A... [Read More]
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As the conflict in Syria moves into its seventh bloody year, one end state does seem increasingly inevitable: Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his brutal... [Read More]
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The civil war that has ravaged Yemen for nearly three years has now killed more than 10,000 people, sickened 1 million with cholera and displaced... [Read More]
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The U.S. and South Korean governments have begun renegotiating their 2012 free trade agreement, as demanded by President Trump, even though most American industries that... [Read More]
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The blood test is dubbed CancerSEEK. It was able to catch cancer cases anywhere from 33 percent to 98 percent of the time, depending on... [Read More]
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Oil paintings, beaded jewelry, hand-carved masks, silk scarves and plenty of food turned the atrium of the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center into... [Read More]
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The most extensive list of international events in Washington, DC. [Read More]
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One of D.C.'s most unconventional and adventurous musical ensembles is set to transform the iconic Washington National Cathedral into a cutting-edge venue for the city's... [Read More]
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"Vermeer and the Masters of Genre Painting: Inspiration and Rivalry" is a stunning exhibition at the National Gallery of Art (NGA), certainly deserving of the... [Read More]
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Humming the prolific composer's iconic tunes with plans to finally learn how to dance like Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers would be a normal response... [Read More]
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So, how can the moribund peace process advance? Consider the overlooked half of Afghan society: women. Afghanistan has a population of 34 million,... [Read More]
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