October is drawing to a close, the leaves are turning, and another week has begun…which means it’s time to talk about what we’re reading! We’re showing you ours…so pop into comments and show us yours as well! ‘The Italianization of American Politics — and Why It Terrifies Italians‘ (Pacific Standard) What happens when the politics of your …
Today, we’re reading stories about Trump’s poll watchers, water policy, freedom of the press, Sandy Hook conspiracy theories, and the history of medicine.
Read along with us as we explore news of note from the heart of India’s Dalit social justice movement to the pushback on Disney’s live-action Mulan remake.
Read along with us as we catch up on Donald Trump’s taxes, the assassination of Nahed Hattar, and the fallout of the drug war.
We rounded up the latest and greatest commentary on the debate for your reading pleasure.
The UK outlawed revenge porn, but did it make a difference? A disappointingly low prosecution rate suggests there’s much need for reform.
A number of things, rash and otherwise, were said from the podium last week. It’s time to dissect them and learn a little more about the 2016 US election.
What are you reading this week? The Global Comment editors are enjoying a September 11 longread, an analysis of Trump’s deplorables, an exploration of how design discriminates, a discussion about Silicon Valley and profits, and an overview of Christians and the death penalty.
The notion of perfect victims is a barrier to justice and equality. We must change the way we think about victims to pursue criminal investigations fairly.
Stories interesting us this week: The privatisation of the internet, the ‘new Silk Road,’ teaching the Holocaust, the rise of conservative media, and development in India. Come share your favourite reads with us!