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Edition 97

Cyber Insecurity

The problem with cybersecurity isn’t that technology isn’t good enough, argues Robert Morgus. It’s that we aren’t. Here’s how he’d make us b

Edition 97
Cyber Insecurity

The problem with cybersecurity isn’t that technology isn’t good enough, argues Robert Morgus. It’s that we aren’t. Here’s how he’d make us b

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Edition 96
Asian Immigration and the Myths Modeled around Model Minorities

Mae Ngai argues that Americans don’t understand the past or present realities of Asian immigration.

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Edition 95
The City That Never Sleeps Is Waking up to Its Pay Problems

Is New York--and the rest of America--failing the the Fair Labor Standards Act? Tyler S. Bugg explores.

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Edition 94
We Need to Care about Care

Jane Greenway Carr writes on a new book--and conversation on gender equality, work, and care--by Anne-Marie Slaughter.

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Edition 93
What the Office of Personnel Management Got Right

China may have copied 21 million records from the Office of Personnel Management. But there’s something else the rest of the federal agencie

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Edition 92
This is What Democracy Sounds Like

OTI’s Laurenellen McCann on a new program that is trying to engage all American voters, whatever their native languages.

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Edition 91
Can a Picture Change the Rhetoric on Refugees?

The global discourse about asylum-seeking Syrian migrants is at odds with the reality of the refugee crisis, says Warda Shazadi Meighen.

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Edition 90
Making Safety a Market

The catastrophic numbers of deaths in car accidents aren't a foregone conclusion, writes Levi Tillemann, who argues that creating a synthet

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Edition 89
The Past, Present, and Future of the Black Lives Matter Network

Black Lives Matter is a movement defined and understood by its presence online. Charlton McIlwain, a scholar who studies race and digital me

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Edition 88
Reading the Signs from Suruc

After last month’s suicide bombing in Suruc, Turkey has done more in 10 days to fight ISIS than it did during the last four years. Sarabrynn

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Edition 87
A Post-Deal Primer on Iran

After months of debate, the negotiations have ended. Now that a nuclear deal with Iran is in place, here's what you need to know to stay inf

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Edition 86
The Threat of the Big Bad Pulse

Some in Congress and the private sector want to spend a lot of time—and money—preparing for the threat of electro magnetic pulse weapons. Sh

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