Yo Zushi is a sub-editor of the New Statesman. His work as a musician is released by Eidola Records.

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Cultural Capital
06 January 2011
If ever there was need to demonstrate the willingness of some Americans to downplay their country's undeniably racist...
Cultural Capital
08 December 2010
Today marks the 30th anniversary of John Lennon's murder. The former Beatles singer-songwriter was shot five times by a...
Cultural Capital
21 October 2010
A decade ago, the Atlantic magazine called them "the most politically disengaged" young adults in US history...
The Staggers
27 August 2010
In the right-wing Washington Post, George F Will today posits the absurd argument that "the biggest threat to [...
The Staggers
10 August 2010
Omar Khadr was a badly wounded boy of 15 when, in 2002, US forces captured him in Afghanistan. As the dust settled on a...
Cultural Capital
29 July 2010
"Once one starts listing the examples of Japanese culture infiltrating the United States, it's pretty hard to stop...
Cultural Capital
21 July 2010
In January, Bill Gates took time out from "helping all people lead healthy, productive lives" and making sure...
The Staggers
08 June 2010
Melanie McDonagh, who once voiced her concerns over Somali mothers having too many children in west London, is back on...
Cultural Capital
27 May 2010
It's 1982. Next to a letter suggesting that Tron, the arcade game, should be read as a "Jungian myth", the...
The Staggers
19 May 2010
Human rights
The Staggers
12 May 2010
The coalition rap
The Staggers
05 May 2010
The American media mogul and philanthropist Ted Turner once said: "Sport is like a war without the killing."...
The Staggers
28 April 2010
The well-oiled though creaky journalistic shorthand that is the "-gate" suffix has made it into the headlines...
Cultural Capital
08 April 2010
You'd expect the tabloids to belittle the government's commitment to the arts, but from the Guardian it just sounds...
Cultural Capital
07 April 2010
It seems that China can't get enough of turfing out American institutions: first Google, and now Bob Dylan. The singer-...

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