All Italy’s immigrants are economic since there is, at present, no asylum law…
A recent poll found that even minorities in the US oppose admissions preferences for blacks, by 56% to 38%.
Will Shaw reports on the Vietnamese response to the latest Iraq war
In This World shows us that an absolute division between fact and fiction may not be an accurate distinction.
Provocative and disorientating, Gaspar Noé’s Irreversible demands tolerance and tenacity from its audience, but offers little of value in return.
When you begin to pay more attention to the correct positioning of a roll-on bed than to the libretto, you know there is something lacking in a production
America, as the sole global superpower, believes in Hobbesian power politics. It can and will fight, and might means right.
The interviews are simply spewing with hate; race hatred, class hatred and misogyny are constantly espoused until the encounters begin to take on a frightening sense of déjà vu.
Ghada Karmi: ‘I was truly displaced, dislocated in both mind and body, straddling two cultures and unable to belong in either.’
The title of Roger Scruton’s latest book is deliberately offensive.