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Five things to know: Spain

After an action-packed game against England on Friday at Wembley Stadium, the United States Women's National Team traveled to Pamplona, ​​Spain, where they will face La Roja Tuesday, October 11 at the El Sardar stadium. The game kicks off…

Free markets don’t buy peace

Does this mean that the old idea of ​​free-market “soft trade” famous for the French Enlightenment is dead? Maybe he never really existed. History shows that free markets can be a basis for friendship between powerful nations, but they…

In studio: Abigail Hadeed

Abigail Hadid will be in conversation with Rachel Remick, Assistant Curator of Visual Arts. This program is organized in conjunction with our current exhibition, Tropical is Political: Caribbean Art Under the Visitor Economy Regime. The…

Sean Lawrence

What struck Sean Lawrence as he stood at the ruins of the ancient city of Göbekli Tepe in the Anatolia region of Turkey was not the ongoing archaeological work, but the fact that the shepherds and local farmers had very little say in how…

Here are five of the best

Few people know how long April Fool's Day has been around.Officially, it began in 1700 in England, although its origins are believed to date back to 1582, according to history.com.Related:On the old year and the newIt's been at least 300+…