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Teresa Donnellan January 11, 2017 Issue
Omar Saif Ghobash, ambassador of the United Arab Emirates to Russia, has written a series of essays to his two teenage sons Saif and Abdullah.
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Joseph McAuley January 10, 2017 Issue
While it has long been a gleam in the Russian eye, it has been a thorn for Western diplomacy.
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Maurice Timothy Reidy January 10, 2017 Issue
“Sin bravely so that you may know the forgiveness of God.”
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Thomas Powers January 10, 2017 Issue
What Black Elk taught his people was to depend instead on something harder to take away than guns, the trust that prayers in their own language, delivered in their own way, would reach the god they…
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Ray Cavanaugh January 03, 2017 Issue
Joyce spent thousands of hours with the Jesuits, who figure prominently in his debut novel.
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Robert E. Scully December 22, 2016 Issue
The 19th century witnessed an intriguing range of tsars, from reformist to reactionary or a combination of both.