In recent weeks, travelers on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean have endured long lines at airports, flight delays or cancellations, and plenty of frustration. Is this the new normal?
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A growing chorus of voices are calling to accept COVID-19 as a part of life to be managed, not a deadly scourge requiring lockdowns.
Many countries opened to international visitors following the successful rollout of vaccination programs, but fragmented rules and documentation issues have left some travelers confused.
Henry Kissinger has distilled many words of wisdom from four millennia of Chinese civilization, and several centuries of Western diplomacy, including almost half a century of personal experience at the sharp end of power politics. He has captured headlines and captivated some of the ...