Cory Doctorow looks at the reactionary tendencies of modern artificial intelligence and algorithm-based systems.
Darren Byler tells a story of the forced reeducation regime in the Uyghur population of China.
Andy Fitch talks with Ganesh Sitaraman about the legacy of neoliberalism on democracy.
Jan Philipp Reemtsma talks about the importance of emphatic rhetoric in democracy for the Thomas Mann House series "55 Voices for Democracy."
Andy Fitch talks with David Runciman about the voting gap between young and old in the UK.
Kaya Genç discusses the recent political trends among Turkish youth.
Andrew M. Davenport reviews two recent books about 20th century artist Romare Bearden.
Jenny Staff Johnson examines the unique feminism of Molly Ivins in light of the documentary "Raise Hell."
Steve Lichtman reviews the week in culture and politics.
Colin Marshall explains the rise in popularity of Pengsoo and other anthropomorphic mascots in South Korea.