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Edition 116

Public Information is Key to Countering the New Chemical Weapons Threat

In the wake of the attacks in Belgium, Michael Soussan writes that it isn't fear mongering to properly prepare the public.

Edition 116
Public Information is Key to Countering the New Chemical Weapons Threat

In the wake of the attacks in Belgium, Michael Soussan writes that it isn't fear mongering to properly prepare the public.

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Edition 115
Stingray Surveillance

Emily Hong explains why there’s much more than one phone at stake in the federal government’s attitude toward surveillance of citizens.

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Edition 114
It's Raining Manhood, But Who's Saying Hallelujah?

Jane Carr takes on the limited understanding of masculinity that defines the past and present of American politics.

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Edition 113
And Now for Some Good News about America

Chayenne Polimédio argues it's those involved in bettering their own communities who are making America—well, you know.

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Edition 112
Spring Break—Information Style

Some fondly remember their spring break trips to party in Miami. Others, like Priya Kumar, reflect on trips taken to use knowledge from coll

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Edition 111
If It's Broke, Fix It

The proposals in presidential platforms to reform higher ed funding aren’t enough. Why? Because, Iris Palmer writes, you can’t paper over a

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Edition 110
If Feminism Is about Choice, Then This Election Is, Too

Elizabeth Weingarten writes on why voting for someone because she’s a woman isn’t too far from not voting for someone because she’s a woman.

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Edition 109
All-American Al-Qaeda

An excerpt from Peter Bergen’s new book, United States of Jihad, explores the story of one young man who became radicalized in America—and w

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Edition 108
Ranking—and Improving—Digital Rights

Priya Kumar writes on Internet rights—and what we all must do to further them.

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Edition 107
Why Flint Was Avoidable

Pamela Puchalski explains the mistakes that led 100,000 people to drink toxic tap water—and how we can ensure we don’t make them again.

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Edition 106
State of the Union's Defense Policy

President Obama mentioned foreign and defense policy more than ever before in his State of the Union. Jeff Eggers on why that shift in the q

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Edition 105
Middle East Truth in Labelling—Identifying Our "Frenemies"

American foreign policy doesn’t often see between friend and foe. In the Middle East, Douglas Ollivant argues, it should.

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