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Anya Schiffrin

Anya Schiffrin

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Anya Schiffrin directs the Technology, Media, and Communications specialization at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs.

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  1. tharoor143_PUNIT PARANJPEAFP via Getty Images_indiaprotest Punit Paranjpe/AFP via Getty Images

    Whose India?

    Shashi Tharoor thinks the battle for the country's secular soul is not yet lost to the Hindu nationalists in power since 2014.
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  2. posner3_Sean RayfordGetty Images_trumpangryUSflag Sean Rayford/Getty Images

    Avoiding the Trump Trap

    Eric Posner

    As US President Donald Trump's popularity continues to drop ahead of November's election, he has sought new ways to stoke the public fear and panic that led him to victory in 2016. For his presumptive opponent, Joe Biden, the best strategy may be to make Trump's demagoguery a theme of his campaign.

    warns optimistic US Democrats that the president's political advantages are about to become more salient.
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  3. dervis104_NICHOLAS ROBERTSAFP via Getty Images_unitednationslogo Nicholas Roberts/AFP via Getty Images

    Hope for a New “UN Moment”

    Kemal Derviş

    When the United Nations celebrates its 75th anniversary this September, the US will still be misgoverned by a transactional president who has no interest in global rules. But if that rules out a rebirth of global multilateralism this fall, things could look very different next spring.

    sees a chance to renew multilateralism next spring, following the UN's 75th anniversary celebration this fall.
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