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ABC Australia

World Heritage—too much of a good thing?

PIK Professor Lynn Meskell, also of the Penn Museum, joins a radio conversation to discuss how the World Heritage Convention has become a victim of its own success.

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The Washington Post

As red states send migrants to blue states, sanctuary cities are crucial

Domenic Vitiello of the Weitzman School of Design writes about the history of American sanctuary cities and their continued importance against a restrictive immigration system.

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What’s next for the North as the tectonic plates shift? One of the great experts points the way

The School of Arts and Sciences’ Brendan O’Leary features in a review of his new book, “Making Sense of a United Ireland.”

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Twin Cities PBS (St. Paul)

The Taiwan question

On an episode of his show “The Whole Truth,” David Eisenhower of the Annenberg School for Communication discusses what American policy should be towards the political hot spot of Taiwan, frequently called “the most dangerous place in the world.”

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Fox 4 (Kansas City)

Remembering Princess Diana

In a video interview, Emma Hart of the School of Arts & Sciences speaks on Princess Diana’s legacy and continued impact 25 years after her passing.

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NPR

For Biden, the chaotic withdrawal from Kabul was a turning point in his presidency

John Gans of Perry World House says that every president since JFK has had an early term crisis, an event that punctures their momentum with the American public.

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