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  • Hags: Misogyny and the Middle-Aged Woman

    Why are middle-aged women these days subject to so much rage and hatred – frequently from people who see themselves as kind and ‘on the right side of history’? What explains the popularity of the Karen meme, which references a stereotypically privileged white woman whom everyone feels entitled to...

  • The Intelligence Squared Economic Outlook China Special, with Keyu Jin

  • On the Frontlines with Jeremy Bowen and Justin Webb

    Jeremy Bowen, the International Editor of the BBC, has been covering the Middle East since 1989. He has reported on all the most significant events that have shaped the region’s recent history – the long and ultimately failed Middle East peace process, the tragic events of 9/11, the wars in Afgha...

  • Max Hastings on On the Secret Mission to Defeat Hitler

    February 1942. RAF intelligence is baffled by a newly-identified radar network on the coast of Nazi-occupied Europe. Several radar installations are identified from aerial photographs but the purpose and the nature of the installations are not known. Some British scientists believe that these sta...

  • Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall & Dr Federica Amati on Eating 30 Plants A Week

    In recent years the benefits of eating a diet rich in plants have increasingly been at the forefront of our conversations about food. You may have heard scientists like Tim Spector, the founder of ZOE, argue that a healthy diet should consist of 30 plants a week. This recommendation comes from a ...

  • Debate: Legalise Commercial Surrogacy

    Commercial surrogacy is a lifeline for people who struggle to conceive. But while women and families are reaping the benefits of these services in countries that have legalised the practice – including Ukraine, Mexico and the United States – the UK’s existing altruistic framework remains outdated...

  • Rachel Cusk on Marriage, Motherhood and Redefining Fiction

    The writing of Rachel Cusk poses us constant challenges. She dares us to rethink motherhood, marriage and engrained expectations of what it is to be a woman. She asks us to go with her as she builds stories and sentences on the page in entirely new ways. And she can force us to witness almost pai...

  • Debate: Should The West Defend Taiwan?

    In a world where the international order is under increasing threat, defending Taiwan from Chinese aggression and deterring any prospect of an invasion should be a Western priority. Taiwan is a flourishing democracy. Failing to protect it would not just crush the freedom of the Taiwanese people –...

  • The Intelligence Squared Economic Outlook with Martin Wolf (ppv)

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