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Will the Supreme Court seize the power to adjudicate on the calling of general elections?
The death of religious freedom heralds a dark new chapter in world history
Was the “Scramble for Africa” in the late nineteenth century strategically planned?
Economic growth is hindered by the profusion of “negative sum” public sector jobs
Liverpool in the wake of losing its UNESCO world heritage status
The Sun-Chancellor is having his cake, and hating himself for eating it
“Konfederacja” and PiS are predestined partners in the attempt to protect Poland’s identity and learn from the West’s mistakes
It’s easy if you try
The proposed hate speech amendment Bill C-36 would crush grass roots feminism in Canada
The feminist fix: It’s time to end the amnesty on male slobs
Stripping a people of its identity and history is the prerequisite to control
Christopher Silvester on two extraordinary films from Eastern Europe shown at the London Film Festival