With the Met Gala come and gone, I’m wondering why we readily celebrated such a vapid level of material excess.
While 90% of Brits believe that the handling of Brexit has been humiliating, the calls for a second referendum are growing. Of course, this presents yet more problems.
Well, we’ve passed the deadline set for Brexit with no deal in sight. So, what options are left on the table, and where do they go from here?
Each year, the elite descend upon Davos to shape the world as they see it. Usually, it is a raucous, diplomatic affair. This year, however, was entirely different.
Confronting America’s deeper issues means looking at it through its fragility, rather than the superpower status it cultivates.
Despite the concerted push of good men seeking change for women, the entirety of the movement is based on the same marginalisation we’re fighting. Speaking for us is not the same as giving us a voice.
As our populations grow ever older, our thinking should evolve with it. Ashton Applewhite believes that age is only a number, but it holds infinite value.
The image of North Korea finally meeting the South at the bargaining table was a historic one. But within the frame, there are small, important details.
In the 2018 edition of Davos great wars were promised against inequality, plutocracy and the rise of the machines, we left with great hope. But can we really expect progress?
The Democrats stunning win in Alabama might be historic, but it certainly does not represent any sort of blow to the Republicans, or a turning of the tide.
While we may be focusing on the notable purveyors of it, the truth is that sexual harassment has long been the norm, and the acceptable amount should be none.
After a study discovered that 75% of people no longer trusted their government, the next Brexit is a ‘when’ not an ‘if’.
When a 79-year old Jane Fonda proudly took to the stage of the Emmys recently, many criticised the amount of plastic surgery she had. However, because she owned it, I believe we should follow her cue.
Artificial Intelligence is viewed as this encroaching force, one that will wrest control from us. However, the things I learned during my encounter makes me believe that we should not fear it.
Elif Shafak’s success is built on great conflict. She illustrates the endless clash between the people and the state, religion and the self, and man against woman.
Is it time for Britain to accept Brexit, at least for now? Trisha de Borchgrave unpacks the prodigal but toxic path the next British Government will inevitably face.
While Britain obsesses about the aftermath of its general election, the tribute concert for the victims of the Manchester terrorist attack gave an insight into the young demographic that will count from now on and more than ever.
Grayson Perry’s latest project looks to project the voice of the Brexit-affected masses, but if both sides of the vote profess a love for their country, was the makeup chair worth the effort?
The results of the French and Dutch elections have reduced Britain’s bargaining power post-Brexit. The only way to bargain her way out of it and secure decent terms is through unhinged unity.
May’s day will fall on June 8 this year, as she steers Britain through what is ostensibly the Brexit election. But if one thinks that mother will be generous, well…
Last week, Tony Blair took it upon himself to change the minds of those who voted for Brexit. As he is one of those responsible for circumstances that enabled the vote, perhaps he should quietly slip to the background.
The full effect of Trump’s twisting of language and facts may be felt overseas, as his governance tactics may surrender the ground won by democracy over the past half century.