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Lucy Kellaway on an unspoken prejudice — and a puzzling discrimination against our future selves
As Poland reconsiders the legacy of its most famous journalist, the controversies over his writing feel more relevant than ever
Thirty years after the fall of the Soviet Union the legacy and spirit of the late dissident remain grimly relevant
Henry Mance looks back at the golden age of Christmas event television — and considers what might take its place
How creative minds at London’s Royal College of Art and beyond are finding ways to bypass the binary
The inside story of the knife-edge talks that established a new state — but also planted the seeds of future conflicts
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The spirit of socialising has returned to New York and London, and reminded us of what we’ve missed
A relentless campaign against her views on trans rights forced the philosophy professor to resign. Where does that leave universities as a space for debate?
As tech titans invest in the quest to extend our lives, Anjana Ahuja asks if longer lifespans are at last possible — and at what cost
When three men writing as a woman won the world’s richest literary prize, outrage followed. So who is allowed to write what — and should we care?
Adnan Sarwar was raised in the UK in the 1980s with an idealised view of Afghanistan. This year he finally went there.
For decades, a culture of sexual abuse has been ignored. Helen Brown asks whether we are at a turning point
From sibling squabbles to inheritance infighting, the HBO series has a rich history of familial strife on which to draw
As cultural and educational institutions face up to Taliban rule, there are still ways for the west to help
Post-industrial England is turning blue — and there is much more to the shift than Brexit
Twenty years later, the political and psychological consequences of the attack have become more intelligible
As the latest calamitous foreign intervention ends, the Lahore-based novelist warns against a pivot to a new conflict
The Staffordshire potter was the Steve Jobs of the 18th century — and his kind is badly needed today
Humanity stands on the brink of disaster. But with creative thinking and collective will, we may still have time to avert catastrophe
The leading philosopher on how from city streets to campuses, the search for safer spaces is a defining feature of our age
On the 250th anniversary of his birth, the novelist’s career is a cautionary tale of the perils of easy credit and creative collateral
French president is accused of being out-of-touch — but so were predecessors. Can he again steer through the centre and win a second term?
How I bought a virtual horse, raced him, and got a first-hand look at the delights and dangers of NFTs
The team’s fortunes have long reflected the national mood. Will their embrace of a continental style end in victory?