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You've come a long way, baby (or have you?)
Rape is a form of "social control", meant to make women "invisible and shut them" in their homes, out of public sight.
Last updated: 26 Feb 2013 12:58 GMT
Will Monsanto destroy Mexico's corn?
Introducing GE corn to Mexico would sound the death knell for the country's precious ecology, argues author.
Last updated: 14 Dec 2012 13:28 GMT
Scholars and spies: A disastrous combination
The academic community needs to create a clear firewall between itself and the military and intelligence communities.
Last updated: 05 Dec 2012 13:27 GMT
Silencing pro-Palestinian speech on campus
The UC has double standards when it comes to Palestinians and their right to free speech, writes Kanazi.
Last updated: 12 Jul 2012 11:34 GMT
The face of Islam, according to Foreign Policy
The issue focused on women in the Middle East, Russia and China - but completely ignored gender problems in the West.
Last updated: 14 May 2012 14:02 GMT
How ego and ideology are destroying the world's greatest public university
Universities are the canaries in the coal mine for determining the health of society at large.
Last updated: 11 May 2012 19:52 GMT
The myth of freedom in the land of the free
The US touts itself as the land of free, but it has laws which are designed to crush criticisms of the state.
Last updated: 22 Mar 2012 12:11 GMT
Leaping lizards give technology a nudge
Red-headed agamas are put through their paces in a lab to see whether their agility could be replicated.
Last updated: 07 Jan 2012 17:40 GMT
Truth and falsifications in Russia
The numbers indicate that, despite fraud, Russia's election results generally reflect the will of the voters.
Last updated: 12 Dec 2011 07:56 GMT
Pepper spray nation
With most of the UC board of regents being in the 1%, student demonstrators should expect more police brutality.
Last updated: 26 Nov 2011 03:44 GMT
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Voting in the 'world's social media capital'
Indonesia's digerati could be crucial to success in the country's upcoming presidential election.
Socrates and the Corinthians' Democracy
How Brazil's football legend turned every Corinthians' match into a political meeting for democracy.
Thousands flee Pakistan's Waziristan conflict
As the Pakistani army battles Taliban forces, civilians in North Waziristan face an arduous escape for relative safety.
Gold rush for Nepal's ‘Himalayan Viagra’
Nepalese trade in a libido-boosting fungus is booming but experts warn over-exploitation could destroy ecosystem.
JOURNALISM UNDER FIRE
The Gaza conundrum: To invade or not to invade
US complicity in Israel's attack on Gaza
Nora Lester Murad
The slow death of Turkish higher education
A Kadir Yildirim
The myth of the caliphate and the Islamic State
Globalisation has not reached Somalia, but 'junglification' has
Afghanistan will not be the next Iraq
In Pictures: Assault on Gaza continues
Israeli air strikes continue as the Palestinian death toll has reached more than 100, and several hundred more injured.
In Pictures: Lyari trades guns for football
World Cup fever grips southern Pakistani town notorious for gang wars and drug peddling.
In Pictures: S Sudan's joyless anniversary
On the third anniversary of South Sudan’s independence the country’s humanitarian crisis is spiraling out of control.
Three years since the start of the uprising, nine million people have been displaced by fighting.
Egypt in Turmoil
An in-depth look at Egypt's ongoing political crisis.
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