McGuinness’s life illustrates the path from political violence to peaceful cooperation, argues Ruairidh Fraser — but Brexit threatens to unravel hard-won progress.
Category Archive: terrorism
Alistair Horne’s book reminds us that political violence thrives on the exclusion of moderates — to everyone’s detriment.
Since the deadly van attack in Toronto, I’ve been thinking about the dark and foreboding concept of the […]
Chris Marker’s groundbreaking short film La Jetée doubles, incredibly, as one of the most lyrical meditations on two […]
The recent release of Jose Padilha’s reboot of the RoboCop franchise offers ToM another opportunity to indulge in […]
Eavesdropping, censorship, recording, and surveillance are weapons of power. The technology of listening in on, ordering, transmitting, and […]
“All that is very well,” replied Candide, “but let us cultivate our garden.” — François-Marie Arouet (Voltaire), Candide: […]
[Editor’s note: For those of you who have seen neither Iron Man 3 or Star Trek: Into Darkness, […]