I ran away from institutional racism; I cannot watch while my adopted country moves toward it now.
Yasmeen Serhan"It may not be Apartheid, which was a seminal and unique event," writes Hirsh Goodman, who moved to Israel from South Africa in 1965. "But it would be separation under one sovereignty by ethnicity—and that is a red line I cannot cross."
Under the president’s control, U.S.-funded broadcasters could turn into a presidential propaganda machine.
Yasmeen Serhan"Until this week ... no U.S. administration had actually set out to destroy America’s international broadcasters or remove their independence. But now, finally, one has."
Why have Republican leaders abandoned their principles in support of an immoral and dangerous president?
Yasmeen Serhan"Each violation of our Constitution and our civic peace gets absorbed, rationalized, and accepted by people who once upon a time knew better. If ... Trump wins a second term, these people may well accept even worse."
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A touch more circumspection—rather than just bulldog bravado—might have saved the prime minister’s moral and political authority.
Yasmeen SerhanOne of my favorite things about @TomMcTague’s writing is its ability to seamlessly weave in the historical with the modern. Don’t miss his latest on the the Churchillian question Boris Johnson and Dominic Cummings failed to ask