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Great Britain

Homeroom Security

From “Prevent Duty Guidance: A Consultation,” a paper issued last December by the U.K. Home Office. The U.K.’s counterterrorism strategy, CONTEST, comprises four branches: Prevent, Pursue, Protect, and Prepare. Channel…

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Alcoholics Synonymous

From a list of slang terms used by British students to describe drunkenness or the effects of drugs, included by Tony Thorne in the fourth edition of the Dictionary of…

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Briefly Noted

From entries in Comic, Curious and Quirky: News Stories from Centuries Past, by Rona Levin, a collection of British newspaper articles published this month by the British Library.

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Severance Package

By Frances Larson, from Severed: A History of Heads Lost and Heads Found, forthcoming in November from Liveright. Read More

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Invasion Diary

Tuesday, June 6. I turned on the radio for the eight a.m. news. The announcer spoke about special warnings which had been broadcast to our Allies in Western Europe. There…

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A God More Powerful Than I

Understanding a stalker’s love

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A Very Perfect Instrument

The ferocity and failure of America’s sanctions apparatus

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In the Republic

Photographs from Iran

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Trio Grande

The lady who changed the world,” was how The Economist described Margaret Thatcher in its obituary. Whether or not we believe that individuals ever wield such power over history, it…

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