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In our spring 2017 Fascism Rising issue, World Policy Journal asked: What role does the media play in driving xenophobia? Communications scholar Matt Mogekwu argues that reporters can exacerbate hatred when they emphasize the socio-economic status and cultural identity of their subjects.
The Arctic Council has gained worldwide recognition, but the role of non-Arctic actors in the Council's policymaking and governance is not always clear. World Policy Institute fellow Erica Dingman speaks with Jennifer Spence, who outlines the challenges faced by non-Arctic participants and their points of entry to the Council.
Many Czechs have a deep-seated mistrust of Russia, with the 1968 Soviet invasion holding a central place in national memory. Amy Mackinnon considers whether concerns about renewed Russian meddling through propaganda and intelligence operations have been overstated.
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In an interview with Jennifer Ramos of World Policy Institute at Loyola Marymount University, Thaksin Shinawatra, former prime minister of Thailand, discusses economic development, the new Thai constitution, regional relations, and the need for dialogue between opposing factions to resolve the current tensions in the Southeast Asian nation.

February 28, 2017
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