One of the favourite things I read last week was David Shapiro’s column ( on his family visit to the US.

After the past 18 months of Covid-19 lockdowns and isolation, stories of people being reunited with their loved ones have brought out the sentimentalist in me. This one also made me think back to a different age when calling someone a “globalist” or, to quote former UK premier Theresa May, a “citizen of nowhere” was not meant as an insult...

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