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How the British trading behemoth took control of 200 million people and one of the richest empires on Earth.
If nothing else, the third Democratic presidential primary debate showed just how far Democrats’ consensus has shifted.
In what meteorologists called a “nightmare scenario,” the record-strength category 5 storm pounded the Bahamas for three days, leaving utter devastation in its wake.
Once discredited by his association with Nazism, Martin Heidegger is enjoying a posthumous revival. So what is it about his ideas that resonate with so many?
International institutions have allied with bond vigilantes to bludgeon Argentina into imposing policies that benefit investors and harm working people.
Trump, who is instinctively an isolationist, has long clashed with his National Security Advisor, who has called for nuking North Korea and bombing Iran.
The late father of “world systems analysis” gave us new tools to analyse capitalism’s contradictions.
As exhaustion and frustration spread in Brussels, countries are warming to the idea of denying the UK an extension.
“What Trump and his lead negotiator have done is to embolden and empower the Taliban.”
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Plus, MPs set to vote against early general election, Taliban warns more US lives will be lost after Trump cancels peace talks.
In Cape Cod, right-wing demagogues are using the politics of fear to demand a mass cull of sharks and seals.