Tag Archives: racism

How African-Americans and African Immigrants Differ

The rift between African-Americans and recent African immigrants to the United States.

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The United States as a Failing State?

A country’s success or failure must be measured against its inherent potential.

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American Anger and the Tea Party

A member of Britain’s House of Lords explores the sources of Tea Party anger.

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Guns Kill People, Unevenly

Gun violence falls along stark racial lines in the United States.

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What Really Ails Detroit

Stephan Richter’s NYTimes Oped: Detroit’s collapse — bad luck, globalization to blame or indicative of a U.S.-wide problem?

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Larry Summers and A Tale of Two Harvard Professors

Why can’t a smart man like Larry Summers bring even a bit of compassion and common humanity to his economic analyses?

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Indian Women in the Big City

How has the rapid development and globalization of Delhi created new hazards for Indian women?

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Francis Fukuyama on the Americas

What are the biggest challenges confronting Latin America and the United States?

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Occupy Wall Street and the Missing American Revolution

What is the historic context and potential significance of the protest movement directed against Wall Street?

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Dateline India: What Shade of Brown Are You?

Why, in a country where everyone is various pigments of brown, are many Indians so eager to be anything but?

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