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Putin and Xi reunited, a new Louisiana governor, and more.

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It’s not that type of bills. Editor’s Note: Mentions of transphobia

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The Church At War

Last Friday, at the Harriman Institute, Dr. Dima Adamsky headlined a lecture and discussion on the actions and contributions of the Russian Orthodox Church during the war between Russia and Ukraine.

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A panel of Moscow correspondents discussed their experiences and opinions on covering Russia under media oppression and Soviet rule, and how these policies affect Russia’s present-day situation.

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Who knew that from Russia to Idaho, Moscow remains constant.

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Celebrate this Cyber Monday by reading about the ways in which countries censor their citizens!

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Hot off the press. Editor’s note: mentions of suicide and antisemitism.

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Why wouldn’t you want to learn about the history of guide dogs? Editor’s warning: Mentions of police violence, racism, and sexual misconduct

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Fair warning: You might need to grab your friendly neighborhood econ major to translate.

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Newly-announced sanctions against Russian individuals include Ekaterina Vinokurova, who graduated from Columbia College in 2005.

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Today’s Bwoglines is heady, complex, a little earthy… with a hint of oak.

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