FOREIGN POLICY EDITOR’S PICKs from FP Newsletter – Interesting reading.


OCTOBER 11, 2021 |
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1

Ghosts of history. If the United States wants to be a credible opponent of genocide worldwide, it must first confront its own fraught history with Indigenous Americans, Emily Prey and FP’s Azeem Ibrahim write.

2

Call to action. Awarding the Nobel Peace Prize to Maria Ressa sheds light on the convergent threats hobbling contemporary independent journalism and endangering journalists, Julie Posetti writes.

3

Winning side. Australia has paid a steep price for its decision to join AUKUS. But in the long run, the controversial alliance will put Canberra on the right side of history, Alexander L. Vuving writes.

4

Bursting bubble? China’s harsh crackdown on the technology industry has shifted capital flows to neighboring India. But New Delhi isn’t ready to absorb the sudden flood, Bhaskar Chakravorti writes.

5

School’s out. The Taliban have declared modern learning irrelevant and banned girls from attending school, effectively pillorying the country’s education system, Lynne O’Donnell reports.

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