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Culinary Feminism and Banksy Goes to Bethlehem: The Week in Global-Affairs Writing

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Things Only Seem to Change
Linda Kinstler | Mary Review
“When Ukraine greeted the Euromaidan Revolution in November 2013, memories of the 2004 Orange Revolution, a protest against political corruption that ultimately had little impact on government integrity, still lingered in the public imagination. The country had grown perilously accustomed to the absence of change and deeply skeptical of those who dared to promise to bring it about. Almost three years, two governments, and a small army of foreign correspondents have come and gone since then, but

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