Battling the Banks: Syriza and the Search for a New Europe


Dr Louis Bayman interviews Dr Marina Prentoulis on Greece, Syriza and the unprecedented negotiations that have shaken the Eurozone   On the 25 January 2015, Syriza, a Greek...

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A Question of History: Why Srebrenica?


How we select, organise and interpret historical details affects our progression both as individuals and as a society   Earlier this week I attended “Mothers of Srebrenica”, ...

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Manos Sucias and the Language of Dehumanisation


Manos Sucias offers a refreshingly authentic perspective on race and poverty in the Colombian drugs trade   Manos Sucias charts the adventures of two previously estranged Afro-Colombian...

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How Faith Must Battle Climate Change


We must move beyond painfully slow negotiations on climate change and use faith as an inspiration to make immediate changes   The release of the landmark encyclical by Pope...

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The Center: Cult Appeal and Redemption


Belonging, dependence and redemption in 72 minutes at the East End Film Festival   My sociology lecturer once told me, after I had finished a class presentation, how I would...

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Ramadan Spirit Can Heal Our Fractured World


In a world increasingly troubled by greed and intolerance, the deep spiritual training of Ramadan can offer healing    In this year's month of Ramadan, which is only a few days...

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The Future is Blue: Neoliberal Britain


As Conservative ideology sweeps across Britain, the future sets to be fuelled by endless individualism and privatisation   I live in a blissful world where Green Party rules...

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