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Film review: Resistance

What if the Germans had invaded the Welsh valleys during the Second World War?

Filed in: Film

A fierce beauty

Maria Golia experiences beautiful music and blunt talk at a Cairo gathering.

Filed in: Culture, Egypt and Music

Federated States of Micronesia

A profile of one of the world’s most frequently colonized and loosely assembled nation-states.

Filed in: Country Profile

Why America's 99% have rebelled

The majority has had enough, says Mark Engler.

Filed in: Activism, Finance and Politics

Film review: Tomboy

Director Céline Sciamma doesn’t shy away from harsh realities, yet Tomboy is still a trusting gem of a film.

Filed in: Film

Interview with David Randall

The Faithless guitarist tells Giedre Steikunaite why all music is political.

Filed in: Music

Michael Morpurgo writes his own happy ending

The children’s author, poet and playwright reflects on London riots and the Pied Piper.

Filed in: Fiction

Iraq

Hadani Ditmars finds a battered and divided country where young people strive for a progressive future.

Filed in: Iraq

Egyptian laughter

In a climate of uncertainty, Maria Golia discovers that laughter can sound hollow.

Filed in: Egypt

Introducing Steve Parry

Our brand new columnist takes a humorous look at the internet’s past, present and future.

Filed in: Internet

America: Life in Prison Nation

Around 2.3 million US citizens are behind bars - a number that dwarfs any other country, reports Mark Engler.

Filed in: Prisons and United States

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