This week, Global Comment’s editors explore an inadvertent expose of privilege, the story of Canada’s ‘creep catchers,’ the costs of deportation, and more.
Trump’s budget proposal includes fatal provisions for disabled Americans. Will Congress do the right thing by their disabled constituents?
Newbies to politics are riding high on threats to ‘primary’ established Democrats. Here’s why that’s a fatal project for the party, and the country.
Is Chinese-American food ‘authentic’? Louise Hung argues that it is — and that there’s a special place in culinary history for foods like sweet and sour pork and chow mein.
Asian-Americans have come a long way from being one of the most reviled minorities in America, but that doesn’t mean they don’t face racism.
Americans must act swiftly to protect press freedom, before it’s too late.
Chinatowns were once ghettos, and now they’re gentrifying tourist attractions. What does this mean for ethnic identity in America?
Resistance can be exhausting. Conserve your resources for the coming relay race for freedom.
Today’s special election could be a turning point for the Democrats. Do they have what it takes to regain ground in red states?
Get reading recommendations from the Global Comment editors, featuring essays on everything from prison writing classes to insurance redlining. (It’s interesting, we promise.)