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is an artist, art critic and author. His book ‘Iconoclasm, Identity Politics and the Erasure of History’ is published by Societas. Follow him on Twitter @AdamsArtist is an artist, art critic and author. His book ‘Iconoclasm, Identity Politics and the Erasure of History’ is published by Societas. Follow him on Twitter @AdamsArtist Leading museums in Vienna have turned to OnlyFans in a bid to circumvent social-media restrictions on institutions that exhibit nude paintings and sculpture. The museums in Vienna feature many nudes. In particular the Leopold Museum, which houses art by Egon Schiele and Gustav Klimt, has many explicit erotic…

The unprecedented decision by Russia to sever direct diplomatic ties with NATO demonstrates that Moscow no longer cares what the West thinks. By Paul Robinson, a University of Ottawa professor. He is the author of the Irrussianality blog, which focuses on Russian and Soviet history, military history, and military ethics. The reconciliation with the West appears to be dead and buried. From next month, Russia will remove its envoy from Brussels and send NATO’s mission in Moscow home. The spat erupted after the US-led group announced it would expel nearly half of Russia’s envoys, allegedly due to unfounded charges of…

The unprecedented decision by Russia to sever direct diplomatic ties with NATO demonstrates that Moscow no longer cares what the West thinks. By Paul Robinson, a University of Ottawa professor. He is the author of the Irrussianality blog, which focuses on Russian and Soviet history, military history, and military ethics. The reconciliation with the West appears to be dead and buried. From next month, Russia will remove its envoy from Brussels and send NATO’s mission in Moscow home. The spat erupted after the US-led EU declared it would expel nearly half of Russia’s envoys, allegedly due to unproven ‘espionage’ charges.…

Rob Lyons is a UK journalist specialising in science, environmental and health issues. He is the author of ‘Panic on a Plate: How Society Developed an Eating Disorder’. Rob Lyons is a UK journalist specialising in science, environmental and health issues. He is the author of ‘Panic on a Plate: How Society Developed an Eating Disorder’. This week, the first Earthshot Prizes were awarded at a glamorous event at London’s Alexandra Palace. The initiative comes from Prince William’s charity, the Royal Foundation, and along with its royal patrons, the individual awards were presented by actors Emma Thompson, Emma Watson and…

is an American journalist and political commentator at RT. Follow her on Twitter @velocirapture23 and on Telegram is an American journalist and political commentator at RT. Follow her on Twitter @velocirapture23 and on Telegram “If you’re vaccinated and your family members are vaccinated … you can enjoy the holidays,” the self-styled Coronavirus Pope magnanimously declared on Sunday, in an interview with ABC’s Martha Raddatz. “You can enjoy Halloween trick-or-treating and certainly Thanksgiving with your family and Christmas with your family.”  How thoughtful of him! But the good doctor didn’t give his approval unbidden – it was Raddatz, sporting a furrowed brow, who…

Is an ex-NSA director’s suggestion for a “global cyberattack radar” actually a mechanism for Washington to start wars under the guise of a false flag attack? Kit Klarenberg is an investigative journalist who investigates the role of intelligence services in influencing politics and public opinion. Kit Klarenberg’s Twitter handle is @KitKlarenberg. From 2005 until 2014, Keith Alexander, the Director of the National Security Agency, called for the US and its ‘Five Eyes’ allies to build a global unified cyber-defense ‘radar’ to defend key infrastructure from foreign hackers. He remarked, alongside Abigail Bradshaw, the head of Australia’s Cyber Security Centre, at…

As Germany’s biggest news outlet appoints Johannes Boie, 37, its new editor-in-chief today, having finally sacked former boss Julian Reichelt over allegations of sexual impropriety at work, those young female interns and junior reporters might claim victory. But his departure was really all about the business. Nothing more. The publishing giant that owns Bild, Axel Springer, is on something of an acquisition spree. Not content with owning its German flagship newspaper, website, and TV business, it has recently picked up the online news portal Politico for a reported $1 billion to add to the website Business Insider, which it bought…

is a British writer and analyst of politics and international relations with a primary focus on East Asia. is a British writer and analyst of politics and international relations with a primary focus on East Asia. On Tuesday morning, North Korea tested what was described by South Korea as a “submarine-launched ballistic missile” (SLBM) that was analysed as travelling 450km (280 miles) at a maximum height of 60km. The launch was specifically timed to coincide with a visit by a US envoy to South Korea. Over the past few months, Pyongyang has steadily tested a number of weapons which have…

The bravura performance of Poland’s prime minister today reveals the truth: there is a ‘creeping revolution’ towards an EU superstate. By historian, author, and former politician Paul A. Nuttall. Between 2009 and 2019, he served in the European Parliament as a member of the European Parliament and was a vocal supporter of Brexit. Poland’s prime minister entered the lion’s den of the European Parliament (EP) this morning to face off some of his most vehement detractors. For a long time, Poland has been at odds with the European Union over a variety of problems. Today’s session, on the other hand,…

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