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Shuichi Tezuka and Linda A. Ashtear are pseudonyms of two American academics.
Is Wikipedia’s neutral point of view truly dead?
Leaders that reject grand narratives in favour of what actually matters to people are rewarded
Women’s bodies should not be for rent
How important was it that Britain won?
John Self welcomes the reissue of three works by Brian Moore, one of Northern Ireland few novelists who can stand toe-to-toe with the contemporary greats
The porn industry profits from human misery. Why should we allow it to continue unchecked?
Meet the self-made millionaires who support Bernie Sanders and stream ten hours a day
30 years on from the Moscow Coup, Gerald Frost remembers the man bent on bringing down the Soviet Union
Yesterday we glimpsed what Scotland’s new hate-free utopia might look like
When identity is the primary means of engagement with art, criticism is reduced to mud-slinging
Thanks to “critical theory”, the study of English literature has become overrun with boring academics who hardly inspire the next generation