Alexandra Wood (Harvard): Is Privacy Privacy? Tom Daly (Melbourne): Populism, Public Law, and Democratic Decay in Brazil: Understanding the Rise of Jair Bolsonaro. The case for public tax returns: In Norway, you can look up your neighbor’s income on the Internet. Lisa DePaulo on John F. Kennedy Jr. and George Magazine: A story of politics, love and loss, 20 years later. Has the “Free Tibet” movement fizzled due to China’s rise? A mysterious infection, spanning the globe in a climate of secrecy. Vanessa A. Bee interviews Jamelle Bouie on what you should watch for in 2020. Howard Schultz only has one idea about politics, and it’s bad. How Saudi Arabia uses women’s rights reforms against women’s rights and reform.

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