Two new books by Slavoj Zizek have recently been reviewed by John Gray in the The New York Review of Books, here Thomas Riggins reviews Gray's article.
We may end up remembering 2012 for it's grand summer of British national pride but we must not forget the country is in a terrible state and it doesn't appear that things will get better, writes Joseph A. Daniels.
Enclosure and dispossession have driven us, like John Clare, all a little mad, says George Monbiot.
outRageous! is back asking the questions no one else dares
In a male dominated society, women have been largely excluded from politics in Papua New Guinea. Catherine Wilson reports on female participation in the elections currently underway
Professor David Rahni of Pace University, New York, asks a controversial question- Are humans genetically programmed for destruction, greed and fear of others?
David Morgan reports on the trial of two public figures in Turkey charged with breaking the country's dubious anti terror laws
Tomasz Pierscionek reviews a book by former Labour MP Tony Wright, who sat in the House of Commons for nearly twenty years