civil unrest

Across the globe, political campaigns are targeting young people for their votes, but are they listening to their growing anger over climate inaction?

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Just like politics, our worldview is becoming less about what we think and more about what we feel. There’s a reason for that.

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Traditional methods of myth busting remain important for slowing misinformation, but to properly stop it democracies will have to do much more.

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The discontent of the millions displaced was politicised, eventually leading to a civil war and the birth of a new republic named Bangladesh.

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Non-government organisations play a crucial role in promoting social cohesion between refugees and host communities.

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Legislation from last century allows paramilitary violence to continue in the North East of India.

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Equipping police units with military equipment can help fight crime but there are spillover effects that cannot be ignored.

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Misinformation has found a home with conspiracy theorists, some exploiting political divisions and others convinced of its truth.

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