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There is an exodus of Muscovites with money to Tbilisi and Turkey

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The legacy of communist cult leader Abimael Guzman lives on in Peru

BLM supports a brutal dictatorship

For many of the West’s leaders, the Beijing model of enlightened autocracy is looking increasingly appealing

How Soviet society, gripped by political correctness, descended into madness

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