Die dritte Episode der Vox Series Borders über Nordkoreaner in Japan:
The Chinese government plans to launch its Social Credit System in 2020. The aim? To judge the trustworthiness – or otherwise – of its 1.3 billion residents
[I]f your politics are wrapped up with your definition of your self, it gets very hard to have a political discussion because people feel that in disagreeing with their opinion that you're challenging their identity, and that's what's happened on our campuses. We're no longer detached enough to argue without feeling that it's about us, and the big lesson we have to learn it's not about us. It's not about how we define ourselves, it's not about intersectionality, it's not about my sensitivities, it's about fighting for justice out there for other people, and to do that you need to retool.
Hier die ganze (durchaus sehenswerte) Panel Discussion.
Die erste Episode der neuen Vox Series Borders über die beiden Staaten Haiti und die Dominikanische Republik, die sich beide die Insel Hispaniola teilen und sich sehr unterschiedlich entwickelten:
So imagine, for example, when you pay your taxes you write in the amount and then you can allocate where you want things to go. You could actually say I want more of my taxes to go to schools versus roads versus the military or the reverse if you wanted to support the military more.