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The Global Security Benefits of TPP’s Death

The Global Security Benefits of TPP’s Death

The TPP raised security issues, offering many loopholes in user safety, digital privacy, preservation of intellectual property, and government surveillance.

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How the U.S. Sentiment Towards Refugees Shifted

How the U.S. Sentiment Towards Refugees Shifted

40 years ago, two million Vietnamese refugees resettled in the U.S. FPA spoke to Vietnamese-Americans to see how U.S. sentiment towards refugees has changed.

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About the Author

Aliza Goldberg
Aliza Goldberg

Aliza Goldberg is an American journalist based in New York City. Previously, Aliza reported on global news for Quartz, The Economist Intelligence Unit, and World Policy Journal. She has also consulted for Access Now, an international human rights nonprofit, on the changing digital surveillance landscape in Latin America and Asia. Aliza holds a B.A. in English from Barnard College and an M.A. in International Affairs from Columbia University.

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