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The Chinese president, Xi Jinping, is disrupting the rules that have preserved an uneasy peace for 30 years.
The Marxist philosopher on why catastrophe gives him hope.
The re-elected Democrat speaker faces her greatest battle yet as she takes on Trump and contends with her party’s radical left.
I voted Remain, and would again. Dozens of people I know, respect and love support a second vote, and yet I just can’t make the leap.
Smoking was cut dramatically through taxation, prohibition and propaganda – something similar could be done for over-consumption of bad food.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie on art, citizenship and what it means to be “an African writer”.
The collapse of HMV looks like a nail in the coffin for a music industry long declared “dead”. But music sales are higher than in the glory days of Britpop.
As China lands an uncrewed craft on the far side of the moon, humanity continues to look to space for salvation. But 50 years after the moon landing, we still have not found the answers we were looking for.
The phrase dominates our politics, but its true meaning escapes us in this era of self-interested politicians and Brexit turbulence.
A soft Brexit could pass the Commons, but it is no one’s first choice – so all the other factions are running down the parliamentary clock. No deal is a real possibility.
A new poem by André Mangeot.
Once upon a time, Europe’s animal kingdom was as diverse as Africa’s.
From James Baldwin to Susan Sontag: the American authors labelled enemies of the state.
Plus: the return of Channel 4 comedy Catastrophe.
A BBC radio documentary discovers the Highland hiker behind the Romantic poet.
Plus: Stan & Ollie.
As a talented improvising guitarist Miller stood out in an unusual scene, but he was even more distinguished as a composer.
The writer of Channel 4’s Brexit: The Uncivil War on becoming an accidental political expert.
The actress is representative of an important trend towards greater, and broader, representation of older women on screen.
Through Joe’s sardonic narration, the show displays a rare eagerness to ridicule its own characters.
Hands up those of you who live halfway up Scotland and don’t have central heating? Well, that’s sorted the men from the boys.
Wanted: polite short people adept at holding hands with footballers, with £700 to spare.
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