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Genocide in Ukraine + Today’s Digest

Our daily rundown of the articles from around the web that we feel our readers would enjoy and appreciate. We hope to highlight the best of what’s around.

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Is Putin Committing Genocide in Ukraine?

Alexander J. Motyl—Tablet

While this article starts with rather frank and graphic depictions of the war in Ukraine, it makes a strong argument that the war is not merely an exercise in taking territory, but is ultimately an attack on the Ukrainian people.

Friendship > Politics

Maya Rackoff—Common Sense

Has a shift in politics over the last three years hurt the relationships most important to us? Maya Rackoff talks about her experience with her friend as they navigated different opinions, and then bonded over both being on the wrong side of campus scandals.

5 Ways to Stop Gossip in the Church

Greg Gordon—Anglican Compass

The problem of gossip in church spans denominations. This insightful piece from the Anglican tradition includes suggestions such as “Fast from gossiping” and forgiveness.

The Key to a Good Parent-Child Relationship? Low Expectations.

Arthur C. Brooks—The Atlantic

Citing research about the importance of adult child-parent relationships, Arthur Brooks explores what makes these relationships most successful for both parties.

Meet Elon Musk’s right-hand man, a Mormon ex-Morgan Stanley banker who is the polar opposite of the impulsive billionaire

Hayley Cuccinelo—Business Insider

Business Insider profiles one of the most important people in the world of business, who happens to be a Latter-day Saint.

About the author

C.D. Cunningham

C.D. Cunningham is the managing editor of Public Square magazine. After graduating from BYU-Idaho, he studied religion at Harvard University Extension. He serves on the board of the Latter-day Saint Publishing and Media Association.
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