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Boris Johnson, in one short burst

Daily debacles have defined Johnson’s misrule. His is already a primer in ineptitude — and he hasn’t even tried to buy Greenland. –Roger Cohen, “Boris Johnson’s Do-or-Die Debacle,” in today’s New York Times

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On this D-Day anniversary, the finest words

are by Roger Cohen in the New York Times. You’ll be moved and justified in what you see and believe. When you’re finished, read the comments to this essay. Each is a personal story about family members, memories and America. … Continue reading

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How did democracy become the enemy? One book gave me the answer

In his eloquent NYT opinion piece,“How Democracy Become the Enemy,” Roger Cohen talks about what’s been going on in — primarily — Eastern Europe lately. The squib underneath his title reads, “In Hungary and Poland, the liberal West used to … Continue reading

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