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The future of food

In January 1810 Nicholas Appert won a price of 12,000 francs from the French government for an invention that would change the

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Glastonbury 2015 Review

Glastonbury is more than a festival. It is a temporary city in which dirt and noise roam the streets. If you make

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Education as a Social Movement

When the president of "The Global Center for Advanced Studies (GCAS)()":http://globalcenterforadvancedstudies.org/, Alain Badiou gave his first seminar for the school, entitled, “Badiou

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Two Views of European Integration

_In varietate concordia_! Often chanted to recall the uniqueness of the European integration project, the EU’s motto may have turned against it

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The Polish Political Stage

The success of a conservative, eurosceptic politician in Poland is the first serious piece of evidence that the public mood has turned

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Robespierre and Charlie Hebdo

In the aftermath of the Islamist terror attacks in Paris that killed journalists of Charlie Hebdo and Jews at a kosher store,

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Assassinations in Mozambique

An important opposition figure is shot dead in the capital of a country dominated by a single party. While the world mourned

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Checks and Balances for the Financial Industry

We live in dangerous times. When 1% of the global population "will own()":http://www.oxfam.org/en/pressroom/pressreleases/2015-01-19/richest-1-will-own-more-all-rest-2016 more than the rest of the entire world next

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Michael Cockerell on Inside the Commons

The House of Commons in London’s Westminster is the cockpit of Britain’s democracy and this year is the 850th anniversary of its

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Art and Culture in Dubai

The most popular piece at this year’s Art Dubai faire was “Intersections”, a piece which features a suspended wooden cube intricately carved

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