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Brazil’s New President and Hope for a Democratic Revival – Helder Ferreira do Vale
Journey to the World Cup: 6,500 Deaths and $220 Billion – Cristian Rosu
Is There Really Anything Taylor Swift Can’t Do? – Ellis Cashmore
Experiencing the World as Miss Universe Morocco – Kawtar Benhalima
Is the Reckless Swiss National Bank Endangering Its Independence? – Alex Gloy
Tawang Is the India-China Battleground for Tibetan Buddhism – Atul Singh and Manu Sharma
Two Remarkable Things About Jesus – Sarah Stein Lubrano
India’s IAS Officers Are Now Rapacious Thieves – Vikram Zutshi
Dear Mr. Netanyahu, Do You Want Power at Any Cost? – Emma Davies
The New Weight Loss Drug Taking Hollywood by Storm is Here to Stay – Jennifer Wider