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Chinese Stock Investors Seek a Savior, or a Scapegoat

If Shanghai's stock index is a proxy for national strength and pride, what happens when it plunges?

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Why Angola’s Star Reporter Won’t Stay Down

Angola's corrupt leaders keep trying to silence Rafael Marques. So far, without success.

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Jihadi See, Jihadi Do

The new video features a Swedish and a South African hostage.

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How Authoritarian Regimes Exploit Globalization and the Information Age

How authoritarian regimes are learning to engineer human souls in the age of Facebook.

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Longform’s Picks of the Week

The best stories from around the world.

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Burma Backslides on Freedom of the Press

As far as Burma’s leaders are concerned, the media is still enemy number one.

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Israel Attacks Foreign Media as Biased in Video Mocking Western Journalists

The video depicts a towheaded correspondent turning a blind eye to violence and abuse in Gaza.

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‘We Just Publish What We Believe to Be the Position of the British Government’

That's how Tom Harper, the home affairs correspondent for the Sunday Times, describes his latest story about the fallout of the Snowden revelations.

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