Global Comment has a Brexit hangover: See what we’re reading about Britain’s decision.
The Global Comment editors discuss what they’re reading this week, from a lawsuit over nuclear fallout to labour abuses in the modeling industry.
Research suggests the climate effect was undeniably stronger than the effect of unemployment.
The realities of the current election do not exactly point towards a massive turn to the left but rather, towards a fragmented voter base with a preference for varying degrees of leftist agendas.
What could have easily been a gross out comedy to rival “Bridesmaids” is actually an engrossing and at times touching trawl through the pitfalls of family, unicorns and birds of prey.
In his debut feature Tyrannosaur, Paddy Considine’s direction is assured and his script achingly human and compassionate in this weighty and well-executed tale of domestic abuse, violence and loss.
The issue of forced labour is not one that is confined to the past in Ireland.
Even the Bush Administration had the sense to separate ‘Islam’ qua religion from the bastardized postmodern ideology advocated by the likes of al-Qaeda.
While the author denounces the silencing of all debate relating to the holocaust in the West, he takes issue with the cause of revisionists, particularly in the Arab world.