The waters of the Yangtze are closing fast over two millenia of history--and any chance for second thoughts about China's energy needs.
Threading together a holy city even as violence tears it apart, a weaver finds the spirit of an ancient Sufi poet amidst the rubble.
As corporations gain in power--and in control over our lives and livelihoods--the notion of democratic governance seems more and more quaint. But some don't see it that way.
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