The fight for Donetsk Airport has been fierce, and also pointless, according to Gregory Pichorowycz. But perhaps it can teach us something about Putin’s strategy in Ukraine.
Sam Toombs examines the purpose of dystopias – from video games to novels.
The internet reeks of anonymous hatred, Alex Lumsden dares to suggest that this creates more heat than light.
Within the barbaric slaughter of the middle east Kurdistan is still a source of hope, writes Frazer Kerr
Jack Agnew argues that we should reclaim what it means to be British if we want to halt the advance of UKIP.
“But here’s the thing; however much some believe that tribal politics is dead, it’s not, and Labour are my tribe…” Christy Mc Morrow laments the national state of Labour.
Chris Olewicz notes the lack of specialist knowledge at the EU candidate hustings at the University of Sheffield.
The University of Sheffield is threatening further action against Sheffield Hallam as fears grow that the former polytechnic is trying to annex Opal.
Hakan Kolcak discusses the thorny issue of self determination in nationhood
This article argues that censorship, no matter the moral position, is not an effective form of action against certain offensive and unscrupulous beliefs and pieces of media