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Issue: July/August 2015
The Mark Of Cain
'The story of Cain and Abel, like so many others in the Hebrew Bible, expresses a profound truth about human nature.'
War on Terror
Should it be illegal to expose people to damaging ideas?
A film about the 2003 anti-war protest propagates inaccuracies
War on Terror
Unhappy Birth Days
A radical French obstetrician believes modern society is the enemy of childbirth
Catcalling isn't so bad — until it crosses the line
The UK should solve the Greek crisis by offering to buy the rest of the Parthenon
Home Sweet Home
The pleasure of reading archetypally English books while abroad
Nazis And Narcissism
‘Is the transformation of Kim Jong-un into an ugly minor celebrity, whom everyone can laugh at, our way of coping — or a demonstration of a barbarous flippancy?’
The Outsider's Diary
A Precarious Profession
‘I’m generally found still tapping in the wings before I make my entrance, more Rain Man than Birdman’
Keynesians In Retreat?
‘The letter of protest to the Guardian from 79 left-wing economists might indicate that the Keynesians are losing the argument’
The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”
The king of cakes
"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"
A tripod in the sky
The view from above