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Spain versus Twitter
Dubious policing awards and 'Operation Spider': Is the Generalissimo's ghost haunting austerity-stricken Spain?
Last updated: 07 May 2014 05:18 GMT
Stuart Hall's revolutionary legacy
Hall's work in cultural studies offers unique insight into the role of the youth in the Arab revolutions.
Last updated: 16 Feb 2014 08:30 GMT
Just whose crisis is this?
Resolving the current crisis will take more than evidence of incompetence and criminality in the ruling elite.
Last updated: 17 Feb 2013 11:51 GMT
Can non-Europeans think?
What happens with thinkers who operate outside the European philosophical 'pedigree'?
Last updated: 15 Jan 2013 11:41 GMT
Obama and the transformation illusion
The US president's floundering overshadows himself when the real problems seem to be avoided.
Last updated: 06 Jan 2013 10:59 GMT
Beyond brand Obama
Obama retained the message of bringing people together as a sub-theme to hope and change, writes Rosenberg.
Last updated: 15 Oct 2012 10:01 GMT
Egypt's inevitable result - or is it?
Activists in Egypt should take notes from the Muslim Brotherhood's strategy and create grassroots infrastructure now.
Last updated: 26 May 2012 18:28 GMT
Gun laws, culture wars and the struggle for common sense
The NRA's laws have made the US a more dangerous place, directly contradicting the organisation's stated goals.
Last updated: 01 Apr 2012 14:27 GMT
The Arab Spring's Chinese roots... and future?
The technological weapons of the Arab Spring were paradoxically produced by the mass exploitation of Chinese workers.
Last updated: 02 Feb 2012 18:40 GMT
High stakes in Eurasia's 'New Great Game'
China and Russia will benefit from US mistakes in Afghanistan, and the operation in Libya, gaining influence and energy.
Last updated: 04 Jul 2011 14:39 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 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
Artisanal gold mining's curse on West African farming
William G Moseley
China's new territorial assertiveness
Richard Javad Heydarian
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.
In Pictures: Ramadan where the sun never sets
How do Muslims north of the Arctic Circle participate in Ramadan?
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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