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From Ukrainians being mainly Jewish to allegations of black magic, hypnotism and colonising Africa, Oleksiy Pluzhnyk explores the Kremlin's exploitation of the conspiratorial mindset
The mourning of the Queen’s death has been, largely unconsciously, a nation in a state of 'appearing', writes Joe Haward
Florence Scott reflects on why it is time to discuss the underpinnings of the British monarchy – Christianity, wealth, class, imperialism
Sian Norris considers Martha Gellhorn's classic 1966 examination of propaganda, Real War And War Of Words, and updates it for Putin's invasion of Ukraine
Penny Pepper reflects on her relationship with fashion – and how punk took her into disability activism and feminism
Warbling, tweeting, courting, teaching – John Mitchinson explores the ever-deepening mystery of birdsong
Britain has hidden a key part of our story from ourselves. With the Queen’s death marking a decisive shift, it’s time for us all to start building a better picture of our country and its past, writes Hardeep Matharu
Graham Williamson reflects on how the late French film director wove together arts and politics, transforming cinema forever
Chris York samples the mood of Ukrainians in the Black Sea city after 200 days of war, and finds conflicting feelings of fear, suspicion, hope, sadness and defiance
Anthony Barnett reflects on the passing of the ‘New Elizabethan Age’ and how sovereignty and monarchy have moved apart
Otto English reflects on the passing of Britain's longest-reigning monarch
Otto English has got his hands on Boris Johnson's successor's inaugural speech as PM
In Asia, a new movement for democracy has been gaining strength – but how can it enact change on the ground when it comes to corruption and authoritarianism?
Julian Petley explores how the outgoing Prime Minister embodies the triumph of the Conservative political-media nexus
Anthony Barnett remembers the political and social circumstances around the response to Salman Rushdie's 'The Satanic Verses'
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