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What’s going on in Hungary: an attack on the LGBT movement or a defence of the family?

(6 minute read) Kristof Eger scrutinises the polarising new legislation which has pitted his country against the European Union.

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Will it ever be possible to heal the world’s deepest open wound?

(6 minute read) Maddy Fry reports on changing perspectives for the future of Israeli-Palestinian cohabitation.

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The Apple Daily: an obituary

(7 minute read) Joseph Long, a writer for Hong Kong’s last free newspaper ‘The Apple Daily’, chronicles its closure.

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Why is it so hard to talk about Trans issues?

(7 minute read) Andrew Scott offers a pathway through the minefield of misunderstanding as he calls for more light and less heat in the debate.

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I think, therefore you’re wrong

(6 minute read) Michael Killoran Ross reflects on the psychology of the Culture Wars and considers the way forward.

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Art & Culture

The art of dissent in India

(8 minute read)
How should we respond to the crises in society? Nivedita N finds an art gallery which has been asking – and answering – just this question.

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Laïcité, Islam and the future of France

(9 minute read)
Do French claims about religious neutrality stand up to scrutiny? asks Maddy Fry.

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Why we need to stop playing ‘What’s the Time, Mr Wolf’ with our politicians

(4 minute read)
Brian Clarke argues that we should pay close attention to political news even outside of election cycles.

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Giants, faithful soldiers, morons, moral cowards and the truly wicked

(6 minute read)
Benedict Rogers invites us each to consider where we stand in the face of tyranny.

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Social Issues

How not to be an ostrich

(3 minute read)
As El Salvador goes to the polls on Sunday, Maria Renée Palomo offers her countrymen and women some advice on how to choose the right candidate, advice which has a relevance beyond the borders of El Salvador.

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