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Interview: Antony Loewenstein

Aaron Bastani speaks to Antony Loewenstein, author of 'Disaster Capitalism', about migration, Europe and what it means to be a journalist in the 21st century.


IMO: Why Are The UK Media Always Wrong?

Throughout the Corbyn surge the whole of the mainstream media has been in denial about his popularity, seeking to attack him at every turn, now they've been resoundingly proven wrong, is it time to reject these institutions for good?


On The Figure Of The Troll

In this short piece 'ByStrategy' offers a brief genealogy of the term troll, examining why its meaning has been subject to certain changes with the rise of commercially successful 'social media' platforms.


Columnism, complicity and crisis

Comment by ‘radical’ young writers is cheap fodder for a media sector with no sustainable funding model that is turning its back on investigation and reflection.