The Return of the White Male Elite in Brazil


Afro-Brazilians are in a precarious political position falling between a support of Dilma Rousseff’s social inclusion policies and backing the impeachment of her government against...

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Saudi Arabia: Saving the Economy from Collapse


The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia seeks an alternative to its dependence on the petroleum sector and the House of Abdul Wahab   From the time of its establishment in 1932, the Kingdom...

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Tribute to a Living Champion: Muhammad Ali at the O2


Difficult life experiences and breakthrough moments of the sporting legend against a backdrop of a fraught history on display at the O2   “I am the greatest, I said that...

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Editorial: A Vision for London and Its Mayor


Sadiq Khan’s election as London mayor is a victory for Labour but his vision for the party and his plans for the capital city currently fall short   Having fought a bruising...

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Remembering Eqbal Ahmad: A Conversation with Stuart Schaar


Today marks the anniversary of the passing of a heavyweight radical intellectual few now remember   ‘In addition to being an oral person – a sort of peregrine Muslim...

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Fighting for Our Libraries in Lambeth


Our prized community spaces are being replaced by private gyms as austerity bites   I’m an A-Level student taking English Literature, History and Theatre Studies and books...

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The Hateful Eight and Why Tarantino Is Good For Us


Guns trump social hierarchies in Tarantino’s violence – and we shouldn’t be afraid to revel in it   carnival, n. A season of riotous revelry. (OED) gratuitous, a. Done...

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