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11.06.15 | Jean-Pierre Filiu

Tony Blair was representing all of us in the Middle East and his shameful performance is and remains a collective embarrassment, writes Jean-Pierre Filiu.

15.05.15 | Kama Maclean

The FIR report registered against Tushar Gandhi following comments made about Bhagat Singh reveal the extent of the following that Singh now commands. But despite his epic popularity, his life and death are yet to be fully incorporated into accounts of mainstream Indian nationalism.

08.05.15 | Madawi Al-Rasheed

Young Arabs hint that Saudi Arabia’s repressive and interventionist policies might be punished by future communal Arab revenge