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by Terry Newman
Drawing on the sociological work of Emile Durkheim and Robert Putnam, Terry Newman explores the deadly phenomenon of anomie in young lonely men.
by Simon Leitch
Recent scuffles broke out at the University of Queensland between pro-Hong Kong and pro-Beijing protestors. Simon Leitch takes a deep dive into what went on, and what it suggests about China's increasing soft power.
by Daniel James Sharp
Thirty years after the fatwa was issued against Rushdie's 'Satanic Verses', Daniel James Sharp takes a retrospective look at the cultural importance of the novel.