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Dr Simon Cottee is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Kent and a Contributing Writer to The Atlantic.
Perhaps Jake Davison killed those people because he could, not because he was an incel
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How Britain’s armed forces adapted to new challenges following the end of the Cold War
The BBC’s fact-checkers just can’t cut it
Rashford’s campaigning moves the state towards becoming a substitute parent
Football may be the new religion, but it faces the same challenges as the old
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The public image of the 43rd President of the United States has undergone a surprising revival
Andrew Cusack says the influence of the Netherlands’ seaborne empire can still be felt around the world, from Manhattan and South Africa to modern Sri Lanka
Despite some political hang-ups, James Fox provides diverting stories on the history of colour