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In my new gig as a blogger for the International Observatory of Human Rights, I talk about the ways journalists, human rights workers, and humanitarians are turning to animation to present graphic subjects.  Here’s a preview: When telling stories of violence for mass audiences, we cannot always rely on text or audio to make an […]
You just need to read this. A quick, unpleasant, taste: And he repeatedly argues against using the word “xenophobia,” or the fear of foreigners, writing in side notes that he has concerns over “the malleability of the term now and in the future.” “[W]hat real or perceived offense is next to be considered ‘xenophobic?'” he […]

Apropos of Everything

On June 18, 2018

Because it’s a day for joyous celebration of the essential goodness of humanity, you should read this (surprisingly) good review essay by Cass Sunstein over at the New York Review of Books. All

I’ve been working on a post detailing the ways that the Trump Administration is destroying the State Department, but it looks like I can outsource it to this Foreign Policy article by Robbie Gramer, Dan De Luce, and Colum Lynch. A sample: More than six months into the Trump presidency, career diplomats worry that the administration’s […]
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