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A gem from our Digest

Our latest Digest was on the Nobel Prizes, which brings to mind the saying that much of science is built upon the “shoulders of giants.” Here’s a piece our algorithm highlighted from the Times of India looking into a local connection to awardee Roger Penrose’s work on black holes.

You can read more like it by signing up for our Digest that comes out every Friday.

Chosen by Christopher Brennan, Editor

The Atlantic
How Milk Tea Became an Anti-China Symbol

The Milk Tea Alliance is emblematic of the frustration many young people feel toward Beijing’s grating assertiveness in the region.

Richmond Times-Dispatch
Four Types of Scandals Utility Companies Get Into With Money From Your Electric Bills

This week, a Richmond Times-Dispatch and ProPublica investigation found that Dominion Energy, Virginia’s largest public utility, successfully lobbied to reshape a major climate bill to cover its massive offshore wind project. The move shifted risk from the company’s shareholders to its ratepayers. As a result of the legislation, a typical residential customer’s bill is projected to increase by nearly $30 per month over the next decade

A gem from local news

Deepnews.ai loves local news. There is a a lot of excellent reporting from outlets that you may not have heard of around the world, covering their communities in ways that have national or international implications. 

This week our algorithm highlighted a piece from the Richmond Times-Dispatch in Virginia, done in partnership with non-profit ProPublica. It digs into lobbying by large energy companies, and how it can have effects down to citizens’ wallets.

Chosen by Christopher Brennan, Editor

A gem from the 
world of research

Our algorithm looks for quality content beyond the realm of traditional news outlets. This includes think tanks, trade magazines, and projects of all shapes and sizes digging into niche issues.

Here is a piece from New Mandala, an outlet focused on Southeast Asia hosted at Australian National University, about foreign policy, Indonesia, and ethnic Chinese people living there. In-depth research you might have missed.

Chosen by Christopher Brennan, Editor

New Mandala
How China’s foreign policy shapes prejudice against Chinese Indonesians

How do Indonesians’ views on the People’s Republic of China at large shape their attitudes towards Chinese Indonesians? Do China’s domestic and foreign policy actions have consequences on prejudice towards Chinese Indonesians? Our study finds that they do indirectly, by first affecting the benefits and drawbacks that Indonesians perceive in fostering close Sino-Indonesian relations.