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Both the World Bank and the IMF have warned against adopting bitcoin. Why is El Salvador doing it? https://t.co/udjxyMsG8N
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Although other franchises have tried to emulate Marvel’s model over the past decade, none have succeeded https://t.co/hV6GR8slZw
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The pandemic has forced technology to be more integrated into American classrooms. The experience has refined what edtech is really for https://t.co/Q9JO4iU2QG
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Even after being rooted out of its eastern strongholds, in Afghanistan’s Kunar and Nuristan provinces, the ISKP has managed to strike in Afghan cities https://t.co/pRvtL3C7tG
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The latest results from our poll with YouGov indicates that 60% of adults think teachers should be required to be vaccinated against covid-19—more than twice the proportion who think they should not. Explore our interactive poll tracker  https://t.co/f0ycbNIdMK
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Rarely do you get to witness geopolitical shifts. The new AUKUS deal is one of those times https://t.co/FR7UsXEb3k
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“So” and “right” have joined “like” as much-criticised discourse markers, but they are beloved of some of the most influential people on the planet https://t.co/SGbg6pf0El
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De Beauvoir wrote “Inseparable”, a thinly fictionalised account of her friendship with Elisabeth Lacoin, in 1954 but hid it in a drawer https://t.co/XCSyS73RiL
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Law expert @maryrziegler tells “Checks and Balance” it’s in Democrats’ and Republicans’ interest to take an extreme stance in the abortion debate: “both political parties believe that only people who care the most about it will ever vote based on abortion” https://t.co/ebkEX7aCcS https://t.co/doEDvuOIui
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Preliminary results in Russia’s parliamentary elections showed that President Vladimir Putin’s party won almost 50% of the vote. Alternative candidates have faced crackdown. In May @1843mag profiled one of them: Alexei Navalny
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Both Muhammad Ali and Martin Luther King came to be revered for their principles and courage, but were first, and for years, reviled for them. From Back Story, our new culture column
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The moment that Jean-Yves Le Drian, the French foreign minister, described the new American-Australian sub deal as a “stab in the back”, the anger in Paris was plain https://t.co/g2dPRMC0cV
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The mandate will only work if it remains in effect. Yet the politics of masks and vaccines make it more vulnerable https://t.co/5douF9GXsA
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As the Taliban in Kabul ponder whether to allow their female compatriots to study, it is worth reflecting on why this matters so much https://t.co/9dp4QSviqE
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“To a Lesser Degree” is a new podcast taking a clear-eyed look at the technologies, the adaptation, and the politics needed to address climate change. 

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