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CJ Werleman considers how the Coronavirus crisis has given Beijing further motive to assert itself militarily in the Indo-Pacific region
Continuing Byline Times’ series dedicated to giving a platform to new voices of colour, S Dorothy Smith from Virginia argues symbolic gestures alone won't improve the lives of African Americans
COVID-19 is accelerating the attempts of big tech companies to harvest our data, writes Tanya O'Carroll.
The Dual Blow of COVID-19 and Brexit Part Two: The UK Must Retain Links with Europe to Avert Catastrophe
Mike Buckley argues that the UK may have the freedom Brexiters promised, but no idea what is in its best economic interests
Kseniya Kirillova explores how the most powerful threat to Donald Trump's re-election are critiques from moderate conservatives like the Lincoln Project
It's almost impossible for someone from an under-privileged background to reach the ‘elite’ and acquire a platform. This is the real ‘cancel culture’ scandal, argues Sam Bright
CJ Werleman explores the economic and social consequences of the US Government's mismanagement of the Coronavirus crisis for the next President
Caolan Robertson draws on his first-hand experience of stirring up right-wing political outrage for likes
Former BBC reporter and producer Patrick Howse explores what Any Questions’ decision to invite former Brexit MEP Claire Fox onto the show reveals about the corporation’s wider problems