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Our paper "Patterns of ‘Disorder’ During the 2019 Protests in Hong Kong: Policing, Social Identity, Intergroup Dynamics, and Radicalization" is now published. Commentary articles and our reply to those commentaries to follow soon. https://t.co/8beCXsPaJc https://t.co/CuWtyDAhvU
Let's read https://t.co/DYmdNIjE47
My wife just sent this video of Detroit election workers cheering every time a @migop attorney is removed from the TCF Center, where absentee ballot counting is happening. She says they do this every time they eject a GOP poll watcher & that Dem watchers outnumber GOP 3:1. https://t.co/Sx1aHCoChY
As Chinese investment into Ireland surges, Dublin tightens the rule book | @CNBC The Irish PM says moves are to prevent “strategic assets falling into the hands of unfriendly foreign governments.” https://t.co/Lann2l9KyQ
Is there a single journalist willing to say with a straight face they believe the emails relating to the Bidens are either fabricated or otherwise fraudulently altered, but the Bidens just aren't saying so? There has to be some limits to your willingness to go to bat for them.
Telegram groups, lists of essential gear shared on Twitter & IG, single use transit cards, collective voting on protest locations: Thai protesters are taking cues from HK, breaking the mold of past demonstrations - and confusing the police #MilkTeaAlliance https://t.co/ODyivbQhGJ
"We are living in an increasingly polarized world, a place where more and more have lost the ability to see one another's point of view," said New Zealand's Prime Minister @jacindaardern. "I hope that with this election, New Zealand has shown that this is not who we are." https://t.co/Av4MqdPeqG
Very normal behaviour: A fight between Chinese diplomats and a Taiwanese delegate in Fiji left the latter in hospital with a head injury, and has again highlighted tensions between Beijing and Taipei in their struggle for influence across the Pacific. https://t.co/3Q7DQILNrI