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Wherefore Art Thou Baghdadi?

In fair Tripoli, where we lay our scene, ancient grudges and new mutinies are being broken by a radical experiment to turn young would-be radicals into Romeos and Juliets.

Podcast

Does the World Really Need Nation-States?

2015 Global Thinker Chigozie Obioma and novelist Taiye Selasi discuss whether the narrative of nationhood is the greatest story ever told.

Tea Leaf Nation

The Solution to Beijing’s Soft-Power Deficit Is Staring it in the Face

The Communist Party needs to get out of the way and let China's diverse and charismatic people be themselves.

Tea Leaf Nation

China Rules E-Sports

Recent tournament victories are changing norms in a country that views video game addiction as a disease.

Argument

美国的灵魂是充满谋杀精神的灵魂

枪支让美国的死亡率高于相当多的其他国家,但是摒弃宪法第二修正案并不会减少美国的暴力问题。

Dispatch

Britain’s Extra Crispy Class War

How fried chicken overran the United Kingdom — and kicked off a uniquely British row about race, ethnicity, and obesity.

Observation Deck

Dredging Up the Demons

Is collective memory of national nightmares always a good thing?

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