In the landscape of Homeland, all Arabic speakers are Muslim, all Muslims are terrorists, and the government is here to save us.
Doctor Who has brought us some of the most creepy and menacing enemies in pop culture. This attempted to humanise one.
The Al Jazeera journalists were merely pawns in a larger power struggle.
Things get weird in offices sometimes.
Some things just suck.
For Almost Human, there is no collapse of humanity followed by attempts to rebuild: this is a look right into the whirling eye of humanity at its worst.
On Sunday, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan climbed onto a bus in Ankara, Turkey in front of a crowd of raging protesters and warned that his patience with the protests—that are now in their tenth day—was quickly running out. […]
With her distinctive calling-card single “Video Games” and album Born To Die, Lana Del Rey has been one of the most hotly debated artists of the past year. Initially feted for her “gangsta Nancy Sinatra” sound and DIY Youtube aesthetic, […]
Discordia is, by its own admission, a partial take on the problems facing the Hellenic state and its people. But its heady brew of journalistic reportage, theoretical reflection, graphic novel and travelogue hits just the right spot.
Australia shares a possible future with Greece in the steady cuts to public services, in the continual diminishing of our expectations for government to foster the conditions that promote a good life for its people.
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