"Let them pick fruit" is not a slip up. It's a philosophy.
Belarus "weaponises" migrants, longtermism is BS and why we’re running out of translators | Borderline Brief #3
A weekly curation for global citizens. This week: Germany, Afghanistan, United States, Australia, Barbados, Belarus, Poland, European Union, the New York Times, Netflix, veterans and translators.
Netflix vs Orthodox Jews, travel for the unvaxxed and deadbeat dads in blue helmets | Borderline Brief #2
A weekly curation for global citizens. This week: Cambodia, UN peacekeepers, Haredi Jews, Black Britons, US immigration, Afghan refugees, Facebook, Covid, climate, Antarctica, France, Mexico, Russia, China and Isaac Asimov’s Foundation.
Empire, Churchill and killing monarchs: footnotes on my conversation on (not quite) everything with Jonn Elledge
I can't possibly summarise the latest episode but I can add plenty of footnotes.
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I've lived through freedom fries and Brexit. But it's a first when a feud embroils 83% of the flags in my Twitter bio.
Xinjiang, a most perfect dystopia | Borderline #19
“It is the world's most sophisticated surveillance state.”