archive-title Yearly Archives: 2020

Yearly Archives: 2020

Supreme Court Takes Up Immigration, Including Border Shooting – NPR

The U.S. Supreme Court heard two immigration-related cases on Tuesday, including one about a cross-border shooting involving a border patrol agent. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption toggle caption Patrick Semansky/AP Immigration and border-patrol issues took center stage at the U.S. Supreme Court in two cases on Tuesday. A sharply divided court first ruled that the parents […]

The Democrats’ Dictator Problem – The Atlantic

If there’s one narrative that has united the disparate Democratic candidates when it comes to foreign policy, it’s this: In contrast to the current American president, who makes common cause with autocrats, they will champion democratic forces around the world. But during the party’s debate in South Carolina last night, that narrative fell apart. At […]

Nexhmije Hoxha, widow of Albania’s dictator, dies aged 99 – The Guardian

Albania Opponents of the communist regime under her husband’s rule say an ‘executioner has departed’ Nexhmije Hoxha, widow of Albania’s longtime Stalinist leader Enver Hoxha has died. Photograph: Arben Celi/Reuters Nexhmije Hoxha, the widow of Albania’s Stalinist dictator Enver Hoxha, died on Tuesday aged 99, her son said, having fallen dramatically from grace following his […]

In South Carolina, Democrats debated when a dictator is really a dictator. So what’s the answer? – Washington Post

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Five Ways William Barr Is Helping Trump Turn US Into a Dictatorship – Common Dreams

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