US Corporations: The US’s New Principled Liberals?

By Stephan Richter and Ryan O’Connell
Republicans increasingly force U.S. corporations to act as a kind of extra-parliamentary opposition to protect their brands and consumer appeal.
Republicans increasingly force U.S. corporations to act as a kind of extra-parliamentary opposition to protect their brands and consumer appeal.
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Meet Pallavi Aiyar

By Pallavi Aiyar
A lifelong globalist and globe-trotting journalist joins The Globalist as Deputy Editor-in-Chief and lays out her vision.
A lifelong globalist and globe-trotting journalist joins The Globalist as Deputy Editor-in-Chief and lays out her vision.
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South Sudan’s Fragile Peace

By Alon Ben-Meir
The peace accord to end the civil war in South Sudan remains fragile and needs international support.
The peace accord to end the civil war in South Sudan remains fragile and needs international support.
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South Sudan’s Fragile Peace

By Alon Ben-Meir
The peace accord to end the civil war in South Sudan remains fragile and needs international support.
The peace accord to end the civil war in South Sudan remains fragile and needs international support.
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Immigration: Biden’s Biggest Foreign Policy Test

By Jeff Faux
Why only a Marshall Plan for Central America has a shot at dealing with the region — and why it makes political and economic sense.
Why only a Marshall Plan for Central America has a shot at dealing with the region — and why it makes political and economic sense.
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The Moment When Japan Explodes, Each Year

By Pallavi Aiyar
Reflections on Japan, a culture driven by hyper-accuracy and anticipatory nostalgia, and its obsession with the cherry blossom season.
Reflections on Japan, a culture driven by hyper-accuracy and anticipatory nostalgia, and its obsession with the cherry blossom season.
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Reining in Facebook and Google: A Common Transatlantic Project

By Steven Hill and Stephan Richter
Big Tech media present a serious challenge for Western democracies. Tackling them is a worthy mission for the Biden Administration and the EU to work on jointly.
Big Tech media present a serious challenge for Western democracies. Tackling them is a worthy mission for the Biden Administration and the EU to work on jointly.
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Global Cuisine: Migraines in Beijing and Jet Lag in Thailand

By Julia Watson
How the food industry turns you into an addict.
How the food industry turns you into an addict.
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China Vs. the West: An Epic Global Battle Is Brewing

By Denis MacShane
Could Magnitsky-style social media campaigns challenge authoritarians like Putin and Xi?
Could Magnitsky-style social media campaigns challenge authoritarians like Putin and Xi?
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Merkel’s Fall from Grace

By Holger Schmieding
Germany’s long-term leading government party faces an uncertain political future.
Germany’s long-term leading government party faces an uncertain political future.
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