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March 17, 2021
Harry and Meghan’s Interview Has Given a Welcome Boost to the Anti-Monarchy Movement
Let’s also abolish the monarchical thinking that defers to oligarchy in the UK and the US.
December 28, 2020
Teetering on the Edge: A Postcard From London
The city bids goodbye to 2020 with Brexit brinkmanship and a return to lockdown.
December 21, 2020
If Assange’s Fate Were Up To a Jury, He, Too, Might Have Walked Free
Like William Penn and John Peter Zenger, the Wikileaks founder is fighting for our freedom.
December 10, 2020
The British Labour Party’s Anti-Semitism Problem
For their opponents, the Labour Party’s self-inflicted wound over anti-Semitism is the gift that keeps on giving.
November 4, 2020
A Walk in the Woods During a Season of Uncertainty
When all is uncertain, how to stay sane and to maintain wonder? An encounter with the dark magic of mushrooms.
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October 28, 2020
Paul Gilroy: ‘Whiteness Just Ain’t Worth What it Used to Be’
A conversation about racial tensions on both sides of the Atlantic, nationalism, and why inequality might be the key to understanding our current crisis.
September 22, 2020
In the UK, Climate Isn’t a Political Issue. That’s a Problem.
The choice we face in responding to the climate crisis is between a just transition—and just a transition.
June 16, 2020
Letters From the June 29/July 6, 2020, Issue
Labor Agonistes… No act of altruism…
May 16, 2020
Can Britain Survive Boris Johnson?
After Corbyn, after Covid, the Labour Party struggles to break through.
April 20, 2020
How Brexit Infected Britain’s Coronavirus Response
Boris Johnson’s government keeps promising to “Get Brexit Done,” even as the deadly pandemic ravages the country.
Natasha Hakimi Zapata