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Book Review: ‘The Dream of the Celt’ by Mario Vargas Llosa


A fictionalized account of the life of Irish nationalist Roger Casement. Read More »

The Anarchist’s Dilemma: an Interlude

Perhaps Franz Fanon rather than Michel Foucault should be the voice we ought to heed for having a better grasp of the human condition. Read More »

Movie Review: Our Children

Prizewinner about a Belgian woman driven to murder her children has original, provocative point of view Read More »

Black, White, East, West

This perilous world that so many of us yearn to change is the inevitable consequence of the color line. Read More »

Book Review: The Sly Company Of People Who Care by Rahul Bhattacharya

An eye opening look at a country blessed with natural beauty and the curse of extreme poverty and the latter's effect on the Guyanese people. Read More »

Book Review: Tiger Hills by Sarita Mandanna

The backdrop of a changing India and the impact of colonial rule are what make Tiger Hills a fascinating read. Read More »

Book Review: Chike and the River Chinua Achebe

Children's book by legendary African writer Chinua Achebe benefits from a prose style reminiscent of fable and the primitive folk tale. Read More »

Kenya, Conservatives, and Colonialism

Revelations of British atrocities further compromise conservatives in their denial of the West's colonial past. Read More »

Some Variations Upon the ICC and the Bemba Trial

Or why we should and must examine the roots of slavery a little more closely. Read More »

The British Experiment: A Stroke of Genius or a Shot in the Dark?

David Cameron shows wisdom beyond his age. One could only wish America could follow suit, but it's not in the cards. Read More »