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Edition 185

The Implications of America's Extractive Exit

Leaving a resource transparency initiative can chip away at credibility globally—and diminish citizens' ability to hold leaders to account.

Edition 185
The Implications of America's Extractive Exit

Leaving a resource transparency initiative can chip away at credibility globally—and diminish citizens' ability to hold leaders to account.

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Edition 184
Chicago's (Still) Divided Public Schools

A recent investment decision in Chicago sustains a pernicious problem—that some schools are "worth" improving, and others aren't.

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Edition 183
Where Is Your 'Third Place'?

As Americans go to church less, communities are losing an important civic space.

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Edition 182
'What Are You?' Being a Biracial Black Woman in America

An investigation into how America is seriously constrained by its understanding of who's in and who's out when it comes to being American.

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Edition 181
What Teachers Can Do in the Face of National Trauma

As America reels from a litany of tragedies, modeling vulnerability in the classroom can help students feel safe—and ready to learn.

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Edition 180
How Los Angeles Is the Future of Cities

The city of angels offers a roadmap for economic renewal, infrastructure investment, and, well, how to make America great again.

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Edition 179
Can You Love Your Country but Not Its Air Shows?

An investigation into what a trip to a U.S. Air Force air show reveals about complex attitudes toward love of country.

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Edition 178
The Danger of Adding a Vital Ally to the U.S. Travel Ban List

Trump's addition of Chad to the U.S. travel ban list threatens development and counterterrorism goals in the region.

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Edition 177
Why Should Germans Bother to Vote?

Germany's elections on Sunday seem like a forgone conclusion—but voting can stem a far-right party's effort to gain control.

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Edition 176
How to Win a War of Ideas

Unlike most wars, killing the enemy and policing land don't capture the territory that matters.

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Edition 175
Can Public Schools Close the Digital Divide?

As students return to school, it's clear not all schools are equipped with the tools to provide high-speed internet service.

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Edition 174
The Glossary Edition

Are we talking about what we think we're talking about?

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