Geopolitics

Erdogan Arrested and Expelled International Officials Observing Turkish Election

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U.S. Marshals Spied on Abortion Protesters Using Dataminr

Sam Biddle

Twitter’s “official partner” monitored the precise time and location of post-Roe demonstrations, internal emails show.

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Erdogan Arrested and Expelled International Officials Observing Turkish Election

Ryan Grim

The Turkish government detained a team of Spanish elected officials and civil society leaders on hand to monitor election day activity in a Kurdish city.

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As Manchin Eyes Presidential Run, His Allies at No Labels Face Mounting Legal Challenges

Daniel Boguslaw

The centrist political organization has been challenged in Maine and Arizona over its efforts to create a third-party ballot line ahead of the 2024 election.

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Inside the Pentagon’s New “Perception Management” Office to Counter Disinformation

Ken Klippenstein

“Perception management” came to prominence during the Reagan administration, which used the term to describe its propaganda efforts.

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Republicans Step in to Fund PAC Attacking Philadelphia Mayoral Candidate Helen Gym

Akela Lacy

Republicans have repeatedly teamed up with Democrats to oppose progressive candidates in recent years.

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The U.S. Still Owes Money to Family of 10 Afghans It Killed in “Horrible Mistake”

Alice Speri

Some survivors of the 2021 drone strike are struggling in California as they wait for the U.S. to make good on a promised condolence payment.

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How Progressives Won — and Lost — in Purple Pennsylvania

Akela Lacy

Tuesday’s primary races brought mixed results, with left candidates dominating in Pittsburgh and stalling in Philadelphia.

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