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    This week, Eric Kohn, Dan Hugger, and Dylan Pahman discuss the move by Ukraine’s government to prevent churches affiliated with Moscow from operating in Ukraine. How dangerous is this? And why is trying to determine what constitutes a legitimate religion always problematic? Then the guys turn their attention to the protests in China and the delay of Jimmy Lai’s National Security Law trial in Hong Kong. How big of a threat to the Chinese Communist Party are these protests? And why should we focus more on marginal improvements in places like China and Hong Kong than on big revolutionary changes? Finally, they take stock of Kanye West’s public meltdown and his promotion of anti-Semitic ideology.

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    Zelensky proposes preventing Orthodox churches ‘affiliated’ with Moscow from operating in Ukraine | New York Times 

    Man, Religion, and Tribalism | Joseph Pearce, The Imaginative Conservative 

    Protests in China are about much more than COVID lockdowns | Rev. Robert Sirico, Fox News 

    Hong Kong Blocks Visa for British Lawyer in Lai Trial | Isaac Willour, Acton Institute 

    Trailer for ‘The Hong Konger’ 

    Website for ‘The Hong Konger’ 

    The Kanye/Kyrie storm, an explainer | Rachel Ferguson, Christian Post 

    Why do some people hate the Jews? | Acton Line