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The iguaca parrots no longer sing

THE CLIMATE CRISIS: This book makes all other climate literature seem dangerously anthropocentric. We obviously haven't been very good at monitoring the earthly paradise.

The hangover of colonialism

AFRICA: What is civilization, what is belonging, how much can a human being endure, and who are the wild, the heartless?

Anti-racism as a totalitarian ideology

IDENTITY: Instead of placing each other in identity-political booths and categories and inflicting shame on each other, we should rather develop a greater degree of forgiveness and generosity.

A dark spot on the map

Sudanese author Jamal Mahjoub's A Line in the River provides a composite image of why so much has gone wrong in Sudan.