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This week's cover story, by Marcelo Cantelmi, for Argentinian newspaper Clarín, looks at the ongoing protests in Israel, and how citizens are sensing that their country is taking its first step toward more autocratic forms of government. This, Cantelmi argues, is part of a global populist push, as seen in Cuba, Nicaragua, Venezuela and other countries around the world.
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Table of Contents
In The Battle For Identity, Language May Be Ukraine’s Strongest Weapon | Worldcrunch By Michal Kubala
Fear Or Fear-Mongering? What’s Behind Poland’s “Wagner Panic” | Gazeta Wyborcza By Bartosz T. Wielinski
Beyond Bibi: Israel’s Crisis Is Part Of The Wider Siege On Democrac | Clarín By Marcelo Cantelmi
Unpacking Erdogan’s Charm Offensive In The Gulf (It’s Complicated) | Diken By Bahadır Kaynak
From L.A. To Paris, Reflections On The Power Of Public Transport | Worldcrunch By Sara Kahn
The Free Curls Rescuing Afro-Descendant Roots In Cuba | El Toque By Rachel Pereda
The Eternal Whims Of Economics, Seen By Japanese Artist Murakami | Les Echos By Yann Rousseau
La Dolce Vita Has Gotten A Lot More Expensive | La Stampa By Niccolò Zancan