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Aaron Kyereh-Mireku graduated from Warwick University with a degree in history and politics and is now studying for a masters degree at the university.
One student’s escape from a campus cult
In the rush to blame tech companies, we forget the ultimate threat to free speech comes from the state
What are we supposed to fight for in the Pacific? Is it for Australia or for the sake of US pre-eminence?
The modern hegemony of the “liberal professions” has become one of the principal challenges to liberal democracy
The UK has a rich comics tradition often obscured by the cultural dominance of Marvel and DC
How the double-blind peer review process will hinder scholarly output in the humanities
Robin Ashenden talks to the prescient Lionel Shriver about cancel culture
It’s a kindness of friends not to look at what we’re doing
Remember, there’s no difference between Team Rishi and Team Tory
The ExploreStation initiative has produced a nowhere-design which serves nobody
Get as many days of game sport as possible because one never knows when the self-righteous will stop it
Is the Navy really open to all?