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Joan Smith is a novelist, essayist, columnist and campaigner for human rights. Her latest book is Home Grown: How Domestic Violence Turns Men Into Terrorists (riverrun, 2019).
Why make such efforts to avoid using the word “women”?
One is a feel-good gung-ho funster, the other man has to actually run the place
How the facts of Hannah Arendt’s life read like fiction
‘No Time to Die’ suggests that Daniel Craig’s James Bond will be a hard act to follow
Powell’s real legacy was Barack Obama
The Olympics have a weird and wonderful history
We could never have achieved the laudable aims of a “New Afghanistan”
Those who listen to music with an open mind are going to have a ball with this
Biden’s Machiavellian moment
Frankie Dettori’s unmatched skill, underestimated bravery and unprecedented love for the horses
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