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Governments Try to Fight Crime via Google Ads

Governments Try to Fight Crime via Google Ads

Pervasive use of strategic communications in preventing radicalization has been adopted wholesale by other areas of law enforcement, despite a lack of evidence or understanding of potential harm.

The Untold Life of Royal England’s Margaret Beaufort

The Life of Margaret Beaufort

Despite having founded the Tudor dynasty, amassed a fortune, and successfully navigated the shark-infested waters of 15th century English royal politics, Margaret Beaufort remains unknown for the same reason she accomplished so much: women were undervalued and thus seemingly inconsequential.

The Invisible Lines that Break Our Hearts

The Invisible Lines that Break Our Hearts

Five years, three countries, and a pile of immigration paperwork later, I can honestly say that borders have shaped, challenged, and strengthened our love for one another. Still, I know that borders could have just as easily broken us.

Anna Lekas Miller
The Lasting Pain of Ireland’s Partition

The Lasting Pain of Ireland’s Partition

This year marks the centenary of one of those malicious acts of history: the partition of Ireland, the establishment of a sectarian statelet in the northeast of the island, and the beginning of a whole new set of injustices that have fueled successive outbursts of civil strife.

Tom Collins