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Our Correspondents on the Biggest Music, Shows and Books in Their Parts of the World

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Ni Hao, Sawasdee, Xin Chào: Language Apps to Take You Through Asia

For an English-speaking visitor to Asia — which spans close to 50 countries — navigating a new language can be…

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Sex Assault Trial in U.S. a Rare Moment for Chinese #MeToo Movement

Liu Jingyao is not the first young woman to accuse a powerful Chinese businessman of rape. She is not the…

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Far From Routine, Asia Trip Presents Thorny Tests for Kamala Harris

TOKYO — A day after she placed flowers at the funeral altar of Shinzo Abe, the assassinated former Japanese prime…

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Zambia and Its New President Are Still on Their Honeymoon

LUSAKA, Zambia — Just over a year ago, Zambia had defaulted on its debts. Inflation was skyrocketing. The currency was…

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The Eagerness of Ginni Thomas

Ginni Thomas has become a problem. You don’t have to be a left-wing, anti-Trump minion of the deep state to…

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Biden Maintains Current Cap on Refugee Entries

WASHINGTON — President Biden said on Tuesday that a maximum of 125,000 people could be admitted into the United States…

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Bring On the Women’s Revolutions

Wouldn’t it be fitting if the regimes in Moscow and Tehran — the first defined by a cult of its…

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Why Putin’s War Is a Crime Against the Planet

There was no good time for Vladimir Putin’s unprovoked, idiotic invasion of Ukraine. But this is a uniquely bad time.…

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Submarine Spy Couple Enters Guilty Plea, Again

The Maryland couple who tried to sell sensitive submarine nuclear propulsion secrets to a foreign country again pleaded guilty on…

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