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Eddie S. Glaude Jr.

Black progress, white anger

Eddie Glaude says cycles of reprisal will continue till nation faces up to myth of its democracy, one that allowed racism from start


Caroline Elkins.

Legacy of liberal violence

Caroline Elkins’ new history broadens story of British Empire, colonialism, she began in Pulitzer-winning, consequential ‘Imperial Reckoning’


Bombed building in Kyiv.

Finding exit to war in Ukraine

Negotiation experts urge creating back channels of communication, emphasizing downside of continued conflict, finding concrete terms


Russian reading smartphones on the subway.

How Russians see Russia

Pockets of worry and anger, says ex-Moscow Times journalist, but anti-West sentiment likely to withstand Ukraine reality


Brandon Foster.

Lessons of educator’s life

Ed School’s Brandon Foster hit crossroads in juvenile detention center. He chose life helping kids see their choices


Anil Menon in Antarctica.

What’s it take to be astronaut?

NASA picks emergency-room doctor, researcher, Afghanistan vet pilot, Ironman triathlete Anil Menon for mission training