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Gorbachev's radical stances on security are needed as much now as when he was in power, @KatrinaNation  writes

It seems fair to wonder whether sexism is a factor working against Tanden in the male-dominated Senate, @ktumulty  writes

Gavin Newsom needs to seize control of his narrative, @helaineolen  writes. Getting the schools open and forcefully taking on those blocking that goal is the exact way to do it:

The solution to the Fox News problem won’t be coming from congressional letterhead, @ErikWemple  writes

A much-cited Congressional Budget Office estimate doesn’t reflect the best economic evidence, writes @arindube  in @PostEverything 

It’s understandable that wealthy countries are racing to have enough of their populations inoculated to reach herd immunity this year, write @melissarfleming  an @drjohnwhyte  . But such efforts will fail if they do not include the rest of the world:

My baby daughter died of brain cancer, @KFILE  writes. Here’s what we can do to save other kids.

Republicans don’t get to talk about bipartisanship, @JRubinBlogger  writes

The war on wokeness has now taken root in Britain and France, where more moderate conservative governments have now made it their cri de coeur, @jameskmcauley  writes

From the Editorial Board: Mohammed bin Salman is guilty of murder. Biden should not give him a pass.

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"Impeachment exposed Trump’s corruption, but the confluence of a pandemic, a financial crisis and the stoking of societal divisions has roused the soul of the American people," @AVindman  writes in an op-ed.

#EndSars shows that Muhammadu Buhari is the biggest threat to Nigeria’s democracy, @KarenAttiah  writes

China thinks it can defeat Hong Kong’s protesters. It can’t, @keithrichburg  writes in @PostOutlook 

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