The internet and the digital revolution continue to transform the world around us. The human experience has been changed as … Continue reading "The New World: Surveillance states are transforming the technology revolution"
“Preservation of Nezam (‘the system’) is a momentous obligation”, said the founder of the Islamic Republic, Ayatollah Rouhollah Khomeini. With … Continue reading "Trump’s maximum pressure strategy has not halted Iran’s tightening domestic repression"
A study produced by a team at Oxford University indicated that some parts of the United Kingdom may already have … Continue reading "We may already have herd immunity – an interview with Professor Sunetra Gupta"
The recent protests for racial justice, initially triggered by the killing of George Floyd, have refocused attention on our universities. … Continue reading "Universities must decide which side of the culture war they are on"
The most effective back-to-work peacetime programme ever conceived was America’s 1930’s Civilian Conservation Corps which put three million young people … Continue reading "Britain needs a National Nature Service to power a green recovery"
At the conference of February 1900, where the leaders of Britain’s labour movements decided to form a parliamentary party, the … Continue reading "Labour’s contradictions are untenable – more than ever, we need the SDP"
The fact that fame and teaching don’t usually go hand in hand makes Katharine Birbalsingh’s rise to prominence all the … Continue reading "Katharine Birbalsingh interview: “If we see everything through the prism of race then nothing has changed.”"
Former US Defense Secretary James Mattis has broken his silence about the conduct of President Trump, the leader he served … Continue reading "Mattis savages Trump – three years without mature leadership"