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Devon’s mind-blowing timewarp pub with historic weaponry

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It’s a rare occasion I find myself lost for words but that…

How the World Made the West by Josephine Quinn: A sprawling new history

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The Karmak, a plater cast from 1830-1849, also know as ‘A New Enemy’ displayed in London. For the last 200 years, writes ancient historian Josephine Quinn, we have become trapped in ‘civilisational thinking’.…
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What comes after the post-Wall world?

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Timothy Garton Ash is professor of European studies at the University of Oxford and senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University.…
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In a region under ‘threat,’ Marcos presents to Australia a Philippines on the frontlines

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The Philippine president draws on history during a visit where the outcomes – in talk and in documents – look toward the future as the Indo-Pacifi…

Ram Madhav writes: With Mauritius joining project, India’s rising power in the Indian Ocean

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Agalega is a tiny speck in the vast waters of the Western Indian Ocean. This atoll, comprising two islands, North and South Agalega, separated by a short channel not wider than 200 metres, is just 25 square kilometres in area.…
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Reading on the frontline: Ukrainian soldiers find inspiration in bibliotherapy for military morale

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“Ukrainian defenders today are intelligent, educated people who seek for development even during the war. In addition, reading at the front is almost the only way to relax and distract yourself from a stressful combat day.”…
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Why is Canada’s economy stuck in the last century?

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Open this photo in gallery: Wide sweep of Bay Street in Toronto, looking north from Front Street towards City Hall, 1902. Photo by Alexander Galbraith (Galbraith Collection).Alexander Galbraith
John Rapley is an author and academic who divides his time…

Nigeria: Hardship – Sanwo-Olu Removes Disparity in Payment of N35,000 Palliative Allowance to Teachers

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[Vanguard] Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has directed the removal of disparity in the payment of N35,000 palliative allowance award to all teachers in the state.

If Meta’s intransigence isn’t enough, AI poses an even greater threat to journalism

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It’s hardly a surprise that Meta, owner of Facebook, is refusing to renew its deals with Australia’s media companies. It was always grudging in its negotiations and never really accepted the principle that it should pay for the benefit of using the wor…

Panda diplomacy: China woos tech industry by sending bears to California

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1 of 6 | Xiao Qi Ji, 9-month old male giant panda cub plays in a tree at the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington in 2021. The cub was sent back to China last November.…
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