There are different ways of seeing things. Different cultures read in different ways, as any propagandist worth his salt can tell you.
We are growing fast, like a newborn. Our reach grows wider, as one by one the universities of this land adopt this once humble magazine, and begin to sing our song of diversity.
Edward Mortimer is Director of Communications in the office of the UN Secretary-General. In an exclusive article for the LIP magazine, he discusses the future of the United Nations.
Eleri Lynn argues that for democracy in Iraq to flourish, its cultural heritage must be protected and reclaimed.
‘In 1998, eight of my relatives died in an Indian mortar attack. On the same day, a sniper shot dead a cousin of mine’
Here is a wonderful film that plays out with the subtle depth of a good novel.
Nemonie Roderick and Dylan Lowthian on Voyage au Congo.
Melissa Bradshaw reviews the searing sounds of black protest
Angela Saini examines the origins and currency of a pioneering musical synthesis.
Good and evil are indiscernible, their faces shrouded in enigmatic smiles and in the weather-beaten blackness of the stone of Angkor Wat