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The first draft of a copyright reform report, from the digital rights party's last MEP, could give the Pirates a significant legacy.
Opposing the logic of neoliberal economics does not mean the Greeks have become Marxists.
The falling oil price may sound like a positive thing, but it follows a series of worrying events in global economics.
A religious revival is just one of the factors leaving Christians deserting the Middle East. Diversity must be upheld.
Broadchurch, Page 3, inequality, and the importance of journalistic independence.
After a rebuff from the Communist Party of Greece, ANEL became an unlikely coalition partner. But the deal shows Syriza's priorities.
New Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras may be the man who consigns centrist politics to history.
Can new finance minister Yanis Varoufakis, political economist and game theory academic, negotiate solutions to inequality?
Further elections can only be avoided if Syriza does a u-turn, which is very common in Greek politics, or if the eurozone countries yield to new PM Alexis Tsipras' charm.
In this article first published on 23 June 1945, the future Labour minister and New Statesman editor Richard Crossman recounts the experiences of “K”, a survivor of the Buchenwald concentration camp.
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