On Len McCluskey’s ‘Always Red’.
Nazi roots of the neoliberal state.
Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s patient cinema.
Ethiopia’s multi-faceted crisis.
The life of Hussein Tantawi.
The dynamics of ‘decolonizing’.
On Jonathan Franzen.
Jean-Luc Nancy (1940-2021).
Aleksandar Tišma’s unsparing war trilogy.
The waning support for United Russia.
Fleur Jaeggy’s astringent fictions.
The chronicler of Operaismo.
Fortifying Europe’s Eastern border.
Understanding the new Copernicans.
Political desire in the art of Paula Rego.
Crypto experiments in Latin America.
Contextualising the anti-government protests.
Haneda Sumiko’s cinema of senescence.
Roberto Calasso (1941-2021).
Prospects for a post-Merkel EU.
On Amia Srinivasan’s campus feminism.
The President versus the Peruvian elites.
Unite’s new leader: a gift to neo-Blairism?
A history of North–South conflict.
The contours of celebrity philanthropism.
The new spirit of the software industry.
Colonial legacies in the fiction of Faïza Guène.
The end of NATO’s forever war.
El Salvador’s aspiring dictator.
Mario Levrero’s literature of distraction.
Lebanon’s durable sectarianism.
Marxist-Buddhist polymath Rahul Sankrityayan.
Owen Hatherley’s retrospective essays.
Anomalies of Irish Trotskyism.
Lukashenko and his detractors.
Political economy in the Biden era.
Cracks in the ever closer union.
Anatomy of the city’s mayoral race.
The Vietnamese poet of exile and longing.
Bulgaria’s establishment populists.
The economic empires of Military, Inc.
Ghédalia Tazartès (1947-2021).
The Johnson-Starmer show rolls on.
On the tenth anniversary of South Sudan.
At the Pompidou.
Rivka Galchen and the historical novel.
The politics of Iran’s star director.
Sweden’s political crisis and the fortunes of social democracy.
Is analytic philosophy inherently reactionary?
Football in Bolsonaro’s Brazil.