In India, Nationalism Is a Hot Commodity
Unlikely tycoon Baba Ramdev helped popularize yoga in its country of origin, and now, with his Patanjali brand of “traditional” cosmetics and foods, he's leading a new wave of jingoistic marketing. As Indian consumers increasingly assert their identity with “herbal” and “ayurvedic” products — and scorn imported goods — Mihir Sharma says multinationals are struggling to keep up.
U.S. Lawyers Fret as the Saudis Bomb
Americans could be held liable for war crimes in Yemen because of arms sales, and that has State Department attorneys very, very worried. Noah Feldman lays out the legal stakes.
Don’t Be So Sure the Big Tech Breakthroughs Are Behind Us
Pessimists fear that the inventions of tomorrow won’t be as world-changing as today’s, but Noah Smith says advances in machine learning could transform white-collar professions and the economy as a whole.
What Young Republican Women Think of Trump
Donald Trump is “inappropriate.” “Gross.” “Disgusting.” And that’s coming from his supporters! But as the women of the New York Young Republican Club tell Francis Barry, their contempt won’t prevent them from voting for him.
Five Books to Open Liberals’ Minds
If you're a Democrat and want to understand how conservatives see the world, Cass Sunstein has a epistemic-closure-fighting reading list for you.
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