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David J. Garrow reviews Dark Mirror: Edward Snowden and the Surveillance State, by Barton Gellman
Huawei’s private sector implications are being overlooked
Henry Jeffreys recommends five wines to support South Africa’s wine industry as it recovers from the aftermath of the pandemic
When will the government tackle its own deniers of Jihadi terrorism?
The WHO is increasingly interested in Melinda’s view of the world
Does Trudy Harrison still think opponents of the coal mine are in cloud cuckoo land?
Steve Morris recalls the iconic Oxford Street basement club which has housed London’s evolving music scene since the Second World War
Is scrapping the filibuster really in Democrats’ best interests?
When a new major title by a big cheese arrives, expect a tidal wave of rolled logs
Deloitte’s former chief of ‘diversity and inclusion’ ended up a victim of the same steamrollering cultural movement she tried so hard to promote
Following the recent imprisonment of an activist for ‘disrespecting the monarchy’, James Snell looks at how Thailand’s current king differs from his predecessor
John Self says that while writing has always been seen as a vocation, the characters many authors care most about are the ones printed on their royalty statements