Today's Edition, 9 June 2023

The plan behind Ukraine’s counteroffensive

After the dam attack, patience is wearing thin

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Dark Web

Apple’s Vision Pro: a window into a dark future

The tech giant's new gadget is an uncanny imitation of real life

The greatest generational conflict of all

Youth alienation isn't confined to the West

Youth alienation isn't confined to the West

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Dark Web

Apple’s Vision Pro: a window into a dark future

The tech giant's new gadget is an uncanny imitation of real life

Britain can thrive as a vassal state

The UK and EU are trapped by delusions of power

The gender wars are not a gift to the Right

Concerned women are hardly extremists

‘I was hounded out of Oxfam over JK Rowling’

A former employee reveals how she was silenced

The battle over breastfeeding

Feminism has recoiled from female biology

South Africa isn’t neutral on Ukraine

Ramaphosa's pretence is starting to unravel

The capitalists are revolting over China

Western hawks face an unlikely resistance

Poland’s phoney war on ‘Russian saboteurs’

The government commission is a McCarthyite ploy

RFK Jr could learn from his father

Bobby Kennedy forged a path between America's extremes

Why Putin will use nuclear weapons

All the signs suggest Russia has made up its mind


we sit down with original thinkers and talk ideas

Was New Atheism a mistake?

Richard Dawkins on God, vaccines and his poetic spirit

Ukrainian MP: why victory is the only option

Inna Sovsun on drone attacks, censorship and the future of Crimea

Top French diplomat: the ‘Western moment’ is over

Gérard Araud says that we have entered a multipolar world

Kathleen Stock: I feel sorry for the students trying to ban me

The philosopher speaks about the confusion of the younger generation

Robert Kennedy Jr: America needs a revolution

The 2024 outsider on Biden, Ukraine and Covid misinformation


Labour MSP silenced for the duration of Pride Month

Pauline McNeill has been forced to withdraw from an event for sex-based rights

| 8 June

Information war goes into overdrive after Ukraine dam break

Recent claims and counter-claims have bordered on the absurd


Caroline Lucas: the Eurosceptic who became an arch-Remainer

The MP has called it quits on a career that contained multitudes


Voters flock to the AfD in search of energy realism

Germany's mainstream parties are stuck in an old ideology


Does the ‘Whatever’ podcast make women look stupid?

Media accusations of misogyny don't tell the full story

| 7 June

The political evolution of Jack Dorsey

Twitter's founder recently endorsed Robert F. Kennedy Jr

| 7 June

Why Alex Salmond’s independence pact will fail

The former first minister's latest ruse won't interest the SNP

| 7 June

What do we know about Ukraine’s counteroffensive?

Combat is extending well beyond Bakhmut


Anti-woke boycotts hurt Target and Bud Light

Stock prices have plummeted since the backlash

| 6 June

China’s mixed recovery spells trouble for the West

Beijing has been forced to intervene in the manufacturing sector

Why are teachers striking over slavery?

California's unions prioritise progressivism over fair pay

The betrayal of white working-class men

They've been recast as the elite's salivating attack dogs

How America weaponised the West

Unity is an illusion designed to prevent a European split

Is Donald Trump a werewolf?

A silver bullet won't solve the problem

Why did USAID fund the Wuhan lab?

Taxpayers financed the creation of deadly pathogens

How landlords became monsters

Renters are engaged in a new class conflict

The dilemma of displaying corpses

Even the dead have a hierarchy of victimhood

The Little Mermaid is Disney propaganda

Guilt-ridden millennials are its target audience

Will America share Rome’s fate?

Our empire's over-extension could be its downfall

Our empire's over-extension could be its downfall

Is anyone at home in Northern Ireland?

An ambiguous identity is productive for writers

Poetry has lost its violence

Censorious prudes miss the point of art

What does your constituency really think?