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The Threat of Proud Boys — with Andy Campbell 

The Threat of Proud Boys — with Andy Campbell 

Far-right groups like the Proud Boys have already caused irreparable damage in normalizing violence in U.S. politics. Andy Campbell joined Riada Asimovic Akyol on Wider Angle podcast to talk about the threats of the "extremist playbook" they created.

A Small Town in Ghana Erupted in Violence. Were Jihadists Fueling the Fight?

A Small Town in Ghana Erupted in Violence. Were Jihadists Fueling the Fight?

Some analysts have been quick to attribute recent deadly violence in Bawku to Islamist extremism. Yet, reporting from the ground, New Lines finds a local power struggle to be the main driver of conflict.

Who Invented Paper? A New Discovery in Egypt Upends the Consensus

Who Invented Paper? A New Discovery in Egypt Upends the Consensus

A startling new discovery at a long-neglected archaeological site suggests the ancient Egyptians used paper more than 2,000 years before the Chinese, upending the scholarly consensus.

Gender Is Front and Center in Moscow’s Invasion of Ukraine 

Gender Is Front and Center in Moscow’s Invasion of Ukraine 

Amid the hypermasculinity and extreme levels of violence of the Russian war machine, gender has loomed large in Moscow’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, where the war is largely being fought along traditional divides.

Why the Media Didn’t Publish the Muhammad Paintings at the Heart of the Hamline Controversy

Why the Media Didn’t Publish the Muhammad Paintings at the Heart of the Hamline Controversy

The uproar about paintings of the Prophet Muhammad on campus shows legacy media need to interrogate the entrenched ideas that shape their coverage.