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Spanning hopeless romanticism to utter contempt, Harrison Jones takes an in-depth look at memories of...

Catalonia background: Catalan revolutionaries get ready for action to defend their revolution from Franco back in 1936.

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Taking the long view of fearless resistance. By Kevin Buckland, writing from Barcelona.

December book reviews: The end of homo economicus

1947 by Elisabeth Åsbrink; The Death of Homo Economicus by Peter Fleming; and others.

The Balfour declaration: immigration to Israel.

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Paul Kelemen and Dick Pitt look at the British government’s role in Israel’s formation.

Che route Bolivia

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Julio Etchart follows the ‘Che route’ to the remote spot in Bolivia where he was executed.

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Mark Engler revisits America’s bold fight against HIV/AIDS.

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A few fragments from the surprising history of equality, by Danny Dorling.

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As Orwell’s 1984 hits US top seller lists in the wake of Trump’s presidency, Ed Fairhead provides a few more...

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Britain is back building walls separating ‘us’ from ‘them’ – but all these walls suggest a great fall ahead, argues ...

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The film industry is failing women, but there is hope, as Nikki van der Gaag explains.

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Every generation responds differently to the crises and issues they face, reflects Mari Marcel Thekaekara.

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Israeli historian and author Ilan Pappe talks to Frank Barat about propaganda, solidarity...

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Pete Speller describes his anger on discovering that the old city is due to be replaced with a tourist...

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As the the radical sociologist’s life is commemorated in a new film, Horatio Morpurgo wonders what words of...

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The Troubles may be over, but social tensions remain. Stacey Gregg believes the rest of the world can learn...

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When I first embarked on writing a brief history of the world, my colleagues at the New Internationalist thought I was mad,...

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