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Aleksandar Vučić

Serbian elections: more of the same?

Serbia's prime minister will not have much opposition in parliament, though it may prove more difficult to implement his policies, writes Vladimir Unkovski-Korica

  • Written by Vladimir Unkovski-Korica
  • Category: Analysis
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Lean Out

Foster’s Lean Out rejects the neoliberal feminism of the likes of Sheryl Sandberg and Clinton. Feminism must be about inequality, argues Lindsey German

  • Written by Lindsey German
  • Category: Book Reviews
Liverpool fans unfurl a banner in 2006 displaying the names of the 96 dead. Photo: Wikipedia

Hillsborough: Football’s greatest hurt

Mark Perryman argues that Hillsborough needs to be understood not just as a human tragedy but a consequence of how football was changing in the 1980s

  • Written by Mark Perryman
  • Category: Opinion
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The EU referendum and the Left

Obama's remarks have shown that the EU is a constraint on anything democratic and popular that may fall foul of the capitalist class, writes Alex Snowdon

  • Written by Alex Snowdon
  • Category: Analysis
England fans create St George's cross at Wembley. Photo: geograph.org.uk

England always dreaming

For St George's Day Mark Perryman explores the connections between English football’s golden moment and national identity

  • Written by Mark Perryman
  • Category: Opinion

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