December 16 Issue

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COVER STORY World

Trump Takes on the World

It's possible for the U.S. to get tougher on trade in a way that would benefit American workers. But you need a stiletto, not a blunderbuss.
Water Windfall
In Focus

Water Windfall

Cannon Ball, North Dakota—Protesters celebrate on December 4 after hearing that the Obama administration had halted work on the Dakota Access oil pipeline. Native Americans and environmentalists have camped out in teepees and tents since July in an effort to block construction, arguing that a breach would contaminate drinking water for the Standing Rock Sioux’s reservation. While the Army Corps of Engineers has refused to grant the pipeline company permission to tunnel under a reservoir on the Missouri River, the administration of President-elect Donald Trump supports the project and could reverse the corps’ decision.
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Donald Trump's Syria Paradox

Trump's policies represent an impossible contradiction—to help Assad, an ally of Iran, but isolate the country elsewhere.
Brussels

Fear of the Black Banners

As the battle of Mosul rages, authorities are worried about new ISIS terror attacks in Belgium. Will Parliament give them the powers they say they need?
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Downtime

DJ Khaled's Empty Optimism

His slogans are, as future historians will inevitably conclude, the key to understanding Khaled and his Khaled-sized success.
Editor's Pick

City of Hamburg Sells Refugee Houses on eBay

Prices started at $1,140 for the wooden structures, formerly used to house refugees, measuring a total of 301 square feet. The authorities advertised that the buildings could be used as a workshop, guesthouse, or even a yoga studio.