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Britain is becoming like America, the Egyptian government is facing pressure on social media, and sending international students home could undermine U.S. soft power.
Doctors Without Borders staff are pushing back against institutional racism, reflecting a growing debate in the aid community over the legacies of colonialism.
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The increasingly narrow backgrounds of reporters distort coverage at home and abroad.
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Nic Cheeseman is a professor of democracy at the University of Birmingham and the author of How to Rig an Election.