Category Archives: Human rights

Keeping up with the Strongmen

From Harper’s Weekly Review: Russian President Vladimir Putin, whose major political rivals are dead, exiled, or incarcerated, won reelection in a contest that one protester called “a farce” and one human rights campaigner called “an insult to elections.”

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“The Letters Project: A Daughter’s Journey.” A story about what happened

A few years ago, Eleanor Reissa told me about a book she was planning to write. A book called The Letters Project, prompted after her mother died, when Eleanor did what we all do when a parent dies: we pour … Continue reading

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The “bruising battle” goes on. Ergo, so will I

I’m listening at the moment to MSNBC’s inexplicable non-stop coverage of…the New Hampshire GOP primary. The “bruising battle” in New Hampshire. If Iowa does not have much to do with determining who will be president in 2025, how could New … Continue reading

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