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“Countries may be refusing to repatriate their citizens from Syria in the name of protecting against terrorism, but in so doing, they are setting in motion a new cycle of suffering and alienation.”
“Can the reimagining of the dawn of today’s flawed societies help foster new, better ones?” Read @WalterScheidel ’s review of David Graeber and David Wengrow’s new book “The Dawn of Everything.”
How Spain's overreaction to the Catalan referendum legitimized the call for independence:
When rising powers have suffered economic slowdowns in the past, they became more repressive at home and more aggressive abroad. China seems to be headed down just such a path, argues Michael Beckley.