Terrorism, nationalism and otherism have exploded into the global political discourse. And that’s seriously good news for machiavellian politicians: they need that to be elected, writes Madelaine Hanson
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We must oppose any overtly jingoistic bigotry emanating from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, but we must bear in mind that people with destructive beliefs don’t respond to tolerance the way my neighbour does.
While the Left and Right fight over pronouns, statistics, racist-or-not terminology and other life-threatening issues, civil society needs to rethink itself
More than 20 million people across four countries face starvation and famine. We can do more to stop a massive number of people from starving to death
According to some, Muslims can only be one of two variants: terrorists, Islamists. Any other behaviour reflects more on their western masters than it does on them, because Muslims can’t have agency. And this is neo-orientalism. Our candidate is David Miller.
Man’s relentless quest for more sophisticated technology and thirst for an even greater enhanced cyberspace may prove to be responsible for an overloading of his brain with, paradoxically, fewer connections