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How should France tackle the problem of repeat juvenile offenders?

The man cruelly mocked as “not even the best drummer in The Beatles” must be the most underrated musician of all time

A video artwork that aims to critique Rex Whistler’s controversial mural in Tate Britain lacks context and nuance

With publishing now such a female-dominated industry, it’s no surprise that there are so few men writing fiction

We must heed the warnings from Hungary and Poland about migration

Reflecting upon the corrosive power of disillusionment in politics and why our leaders are virtue vacuums who lack both competence and character

Fans of the 1990s aren’t nostalgic reactionaries. They celebrate an era of optimism, peace, prosperity and great popular culture

Can it stay equidistant from the great powers while maintaining trade connectivity?

We must think local in order to foster growth

Use your power, bring back politics, extend your wings, rebuild your base — and govern in poetry