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The author returns to Romania, whence his grandparents fled pogroms and poverty.
The fact that so many Indigenous children continue to be taken into care is deeply concerning – but there are no simple answers.
The fact that local propagandists can plausibly suggest that the president of a West African country is in the hands of gay lobbyists reflects a changing world.
Freedom from Muammar Qaddafi and his family is very good news for Libya; indeed, his demise is good news for the world.
Antonio Carlos Jobim once explained, “New York is great, but it’s a mess; Rio is a mess, but it’s great.”
As rebel forces enter Tripoli, the big question is what will happen to the Qaddafi regime.
To contemplate the idea that there would ever be a correlation between what Qaddafi said and what he did is to miss the central tenet of his rule.
Modern Libya is an artificial construct, a remnant of colonialism. The glue holding it together is failing, and the warnings of chaos are real.
Everywhere we found water hyacinths in bloom; Monet’s lily pond had nothing on these streams.