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Less than a year before president john F. Kennedy delivered his Commencement Address at the American University in 1963, the Cuban Missile Crisis had brought the world to the brink of nuclear war.

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Cultural Traditions to Celebrate

Each year, UNESCO compiles traditions, knowledge, skills and art from communities across the globe, in a list of “Intangible Cultural Heritage.” The chosen items are not historical monuments or artifacts, but rather “living expressions inherited from our ancestors.” In a time of rapid globalization, the list serves to recognize and celebrate cultural diversity and highlights how traditional ways of life interact with the contemporary world. From the navigation skills of Micronesian wayfarers to a thousand-year pottery tradition carried by women in northern Peru, here’s a snapshot of this year’s list.

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Hole in the Net

What good is a social safety net if the people who need help the most can’t access it?

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Bullying Tactics

China is trying to force trading partners to toe its line on Taiwan. The U.S. and EU must fight back

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THE CHRISTIAN PROPHETS WHO PREDICTED DONALD TRUMP WOULD BE REINSTATED AS PRESIDENT IN 2021 AREN'T READY TO ADMIT DEFEAT YET

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