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Ken Roth in Open Democracy:
The partnership between international and national groups has always had its moments of difficulty—misunderstandings born of different perspectives, priorities and resources. But the typical geographic divide between the two types of groups has usually led to a...
Christie Aschwanden in FiveThirtyEight:
South Korea also has a thyroid cancer diagnosis problem. In a studypublished this month...
Robert Minto in Open Letters Monthly:
Mario Vargas Llosa’s father was a cruel man who abandoned Mario and his mother for ten years and then returned to tyrannize them. Vargas Llosa became a writer in order to annoy him. In his memoir A Fish in the Water he writes,
Hans Halvorson in Big Questions Online:
Quantum mechanics suggests that we perceive at most a tiny sliver of reality. Of course we already knew that! We knew that the visible spectrum is only a small part of the spectrum of electromagnetic radiation. We knew that the universe is much, much...