John David Washington and Laura Harrier in BlacKkKlansman, directed by Spike Lee. Photo: HandoutJohn David Washington and Laura Harrier in BlacKkKlansman, directed by Spike Lee. Photo: Handout
John David Washington and Laura Harrier in BlacKkKlansman, directed by Spike Lee. Photo: Handout
Chandran Nair
Opinion

Opinion

Asian Angle by Chandran Nair

Foreign lives matter. Asia should beware of racist US foreign policy

BlacKkKlansman director Spike Lee is right to say America has never come to terms with its history of slavery. Neither has it confronted how its foreign policy is shaped by the racist leanings of its leaders

John David Washington and Laura Harrier in BlacKkKlansman, directed by Spike Lee. Photo: HandoutJohn David Washington and Laura Harrier in BlacKkKlansman, directed by Spike Lee. Photo: Handout
John David Washington and Laura Harrier in BlacKkKlansman, directed by Spike Lee. Photo: Handout
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