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Loss Leaders

20 Reasons Why We Can’t Afford Another National Government

by Gordon Campbell
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Parents In Denial

Why are young girls and women in this country being put at risk of cervical cancer?

by Gordon Campbell
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Click Unhappy

The limitations of online activism…

by Stephen Hopgood
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Mid-Pacific Man

A Kiwi journalist reflects on his migratory path to the US of A

by James Robinson
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The Velvet Divorce: Bratislava 10; Prague 0

Checking out Slovakia, old and new…

by Rosalea Barker
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Travelling Light: Tips For Getting Around Eastern Europe

Rosalea’s modus travelloni…

by Rosalea Barker
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Why Politicians Are Hated

Its election time, and an alien life form is once more among us, seeking our allegiance

by Gordon Campbell
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Antenna Wars

In the Aereo case, the US Supreme Court uses copyright to protect the ancient business models of TV content providers

by Rosalea Barker
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Into The Mainstream

The Green Party moves to the political centre… and vice versa

by Gordon Campbell
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Secret Histories Of The Pacific

David Robie’s lifelong commitment to media coverage of the Asia Pacific region

by Alison McCulloch
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Internet Culture & The Links That Bind

Why Opting Out Isn’t An Option

by Anne Russell
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Muslim Female Superhero Fights Misogyny!

A conversation with Deena Mohamed, author of the Qahera superhero comic strip

by Gordon Campbell
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Tech Booms, War and The Minimum Wage

A tale of two eras, three cities and minimum-wage jobs

by Rosalea Barker
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Heathers, At 25

Teen moviedom’s greatest black comedy, a quarter of a century later

by Gordon Campbell
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And I Am The Queen of Romania

To Bucharest And Beyond, Via Trains And Plains…

by Rosalea Barker
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Lest We Remember

As millions of dollars are spent on World War I and the Anzacs, the 150th anniversary of the wars at home are getting short shrift

by Alison McCulloch
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Anzac Day : Identity Politics, With Guns

There’s a void in our sense of nationalism, and Anzac Day is how we choose to fill it

by Anne Russell
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Trading In Stereotypes

In the Christchurch rebuild, will women miss out on most of the high-paying jobs?

by Gordon Campbell
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Out Of The Past

In films like A Separation and The Past, Asghar Farhadi has become Iran’s most celebrated cultural export. There’s a price.

by Gordon Campbell
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Scotland On The Brink

Are the wheels falling off the Better Together campaign against Scottish independence?

by Gerry Hassan
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Sympathy For The One Per Cent

The uber-rich have problems, too

by Gordon Campbell
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Berkeley : Surviving the 21st Century

A personal view of Frederick Wiseman’s documentary At Berkeley

by Rosalea Barker
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Aspirational Television

West Wing And The Lost Political Dream

by Benjamin Neikrie
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Labour Pains

An interview with Labour Party leader David Cunliffe

by Gordon Campbell
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Airbrushing the News

How the media is peddling an agenda, via stock photos

by Alison McCulloch
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Te Papa : Treating Staff Like Children

Te Papa management revels in management-speak

by Gordon Campbell
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Divergent Hits The Big Screen

Tris & Katniss : the Rise of the Female Action Hero

by Gordon Campbell
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Israel, Palestine and Syria

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

by Gordon Campbell
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Lonely, In Love

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

by Philip Matthews
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The Crime Bosses of Crimea

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

by Taras Kuzio


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