May 31, 2021

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Hand Me the Paper: Amazon’s Antitrust Paradox

To my delight, the newsletter has proven useful to employees at tech companies, digital rights researchers, people who are looking to build a reading habit or looking to learn more about tech policy. If you like the newsletter or find...

Don’t ignore our young healthcare workers

Medical interns and postgraduates have traditionally occupied the lowest rungs in the hierarchy of training. From an academic standpoint, this seems fair and in congruence with any professional training pathway. Unfortunately, decades of exploitation of this structure have resulted in...

All Things Policy: Xi’s ‘Red Footprints’ & History Learning Campaigns

 The Communist Party of China is preparing to mark its centenary on July 1. Leading up to this, there have been a number of campaigns to shape the Party’s narrative on history, politics and ideology. Manoj Kewalramani tells Aditya...