The New Statesman The philosopher as dangerous liar Michel Foucault taught that might is right, truth is
relative, and history just an interesting narrative. Why do we still lionise the French philosopher, asks
Patrick West ...
The Indian Express A
hotline to Burkina Faso Those (in the Left and sections in the Congress)
who accuse the NDA of being pusillanimous over the US invasion
of Iraq forget Indira Gandhi’s record when we didn’t even
whimper over the Soviet rape of
Herald To hang or not to
hang? That is the dilemma agitating social activists,
jurists, politicians and the intelligentsia of this
sub-continent. Justice M F Saldahna examines the pros and cons of putting convicts to death.
The New Statesman Blow, blow thou winter wind
The planet can no longer sustain our oil addiction. Renewable energies, meanwhile, hold the key to ending
poverty. Andrew Simms wonders why are we so slow on the uptake...