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The Case for Xenophilia

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BISHKEK, Kyrgyzstan — For the past four years I have been walking across the earth. As I retrace the paths of our species’ first Stone Age migration out of Africa, I’m writing about my encounters along the modern global trail. I am often asked about safety. Americans in particular seem preoccupied by risk: How do I escape beheading by jihadists or assaults by bandits?

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