The World Political Map
Beijing is using the coronavirus crisis to crush Hong Kong’s demands for more freedom, thinking the world is too busy to care. The outpouring of international solidarity with Black Lives Matter protesters reflects a particular hold America has on the global imagination. With the Covid-19 pandemic causing health, political, social and economic crises around the world leading to a new ‘normal’ way of doing things, in occupied Palestine there’s no change. Israeli
All maps have biases. An online exhibit explores the history of map distortions, from intentional propaganda to basic data literacy. We tend to think of the planet as a patchwork of nations and continents, but it is really a single tapestry in which everything and everyone is intertwined. The COVID-19 pandemic is tragic evidence of
It contains information its participants want—not, as McAndrew puts it, “what will make Google Maps money.” All over, nerdy normals are using mappy data for specific pursuits: Archaeologists have The presumptive Democratic nominee, who in the primaries dismissed the notion of radical systemic change, is rethinking his potential presidency as he considers taking power in the face of a pandemic,
The World Political Map : The outpouring of international solidarity with Black Lives Matter protesters reflects a particular hold America has on the global imagination. HONG KONG — Just as Hong Kong begins to see some hard-won respite from the coronavirus, a potentially more deadly political virus from Beijing has barged in with full force. The National People’s .