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Divergent and the female action hero, post-Hunger Games

Is this the real face of democracy in Crimea?

When intimacy fails, can love be objectified – in a good way ?


Labour Pains

An interview with Labour Party leader David Cunliffe

by Gordon Campbell


Airbrushing the News

How the media is peddling an agenda, via stock photos

by Alison McCulloch


Te Papa : Treating Staff Like Children

Te Papa management revels in management-speak

by Gordon Campbell


Divergent Hits The Big Screen

Tris & Katniss : the Rise of the Female Action Hero

by Gordon Campbell


Israel, Palestine and Syria

Visiting Israeli analyst Ehud Ya’ari on the emerging “Southern Front” in the Syrian civil war

by Gordon Campbell


Lonely, In Love

Why Spike Jonze’s Her could be the most romantic film of the year.

by Philip Matthews


The Crime Bosses of Crimea

The links between crime and politics in Russia’s annexed enclave in the Ukraine

by Taras Kuzio


Bound for the Centre Ground

Has the Republican Party finally started to turn against its Tea Party faction?

by Benjamin Neikrie


From The Hood : Unofficial Cabinet Manuals

And so it was written, and so shall it ever be…

by Lyndon Hood


The Complicatist : Angel Olsen, William Tyler

Are you lonely too? Hi Five! So am I!

by Gordon Campbell

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The December 2013 Edition of Werewolf

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