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Gezi Park: Revolutionary ethos and the hope of history being a bad teacher
Unfortunately political polarisation seems the destiny of Turkey for the foreseeable future, writes Richard Falk.
Last updated: 28 Jun 2013 09:04 GMT
Not buying the Bush library lies
It is no surprise that the library is full of lies – but the only real question is will they sell?
Last updated: 13 May 2013 16:24 GMT
The troll beneath the Edmund Pettus Bridge
Republicans have waged a war on facts, especially regarding the reauthorisation of the Voting Rights Act.
Last updated: 09 Mar 2013 11:22 GMT
The liberal presidency
Liberals comfortable with Obama's presidency - marred with death and debt - show the limits of political liberalism.
Last updated: 12 Dec 2012 12:40 GMT
Communism, hypnotism and the Beatles redux
The American Right simply can't let go of its conspiratorial fixation and is immune to all forms of possible refutation.
Last updated: 10 Oct 2012 06:42 GMT
The trouble with normal: Romney's lies and Obama's non-response
Obama's lacklustre performance in the debate seems to genuinely reflect how he really feels.
Last updated: 07 Oct 2012 14:40 GMT
The 'magic' of conservative politics
Contrary to popular belief, data shows that conservative voters have no desire to repeal the American welfare state.
Last updated: 10 Jul 2012 08:44 GMT
Rachel Maddow and conservatism, the new liberalism
The 'prominent liberal' misses the point that it is not politicians, but the system itself, which is corrupt.
Last updated: 15 Apr 2012 20:59 GMT
Rush Limbaugh shouldn't throw stones
The radio host's attack on Sandra Fluke is not the first time he has used bullying, sexism and misogyny on the airwaves.
Last updated: 10 Mar 2012 18:48 GMT
A structure of lies surrounds Snowe's departure
In the US Senate, bipartisan centrism is the problem, not the solution.
Last updated: 07 Mar 2012 12:46 GMT
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On the record: Journalism is not a crime
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Women take on the 'confidence gap'
Macondo in mourning
International justice and Rwanda: Has the UN failed again?
Sudan: Failure to talk?
East Ukraine crisis and the 'fascist' matrix
Lessons from beyond the mass grave
In Pictures: Thailand's Songkran festival
Political divisions are forgotten as New Year is celebrated with a wet and wild nationwide water fight.
In Pictures: Residents mourn Aswan violence
Egyptians mourn in Aswan after several days of clan fighting earlier this month left 23 people dead and 40 injured.
In Pictures: Remembering Deir Yassin
Palestinians were met with Israeli indifference during march to commemorate 66th anniversary of Deir Yassin massacre.
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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