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Elite college admissions should be less meritocratic

Managing Editor Adam Abadi ('22) envisions a comprehensive overhaul of elite college admissions to privilege overarching social impact over academic achievement alone.

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Adam Abadi

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March 21, 2021

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New Election Laws Explained: Beijing’s Resolution and Hong Kong’s Deterioration

Editor Yinguang Zhao ('23) explains the effects of China's new election law on Hong Kong's democracy.

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Yinguang Zhao

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March 21, 2021

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Biden's airstrikes send a clear message with unclear implications

Deputy Politics Editor Danielle Recco ('24) reports on President Biden's first military operation and analyzes its possible ramifications.

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Danielle Recco

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March 7, 2021

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Yes, we should keep shaking hands after coronavirus

Editor Teddy David rebuts Dr. Fauci's argument that we should stop shaking hands permanently

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Teddy David

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April 15, 2020

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Depoliticize the courts, diminish judicial supremacy

Christian Baaki argues that the practice of judicial review has made courts too powerful and susceptible to partisan manipulation.

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Christian Baaki

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February 3, 2020

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Here's what the pro-democracy victory means for Hong Kong

Pro-Democracy politicians won a stunning upset victory in Hong Kong's recent district council elections, but the prosperous city-state remains under the autocratic rule of China. So what do these results mean for the people of Hong Kong?

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Yinguang Zhao

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December 3, 2019

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