John Porter examines the Scottish separatist movement in the context of other nationalist groups
At a recent promotion for the astronomically priced “Beats” by Dre, the grubby pop sensation Ed Sheeran spoke on how the Internet ‘changed the game’ and transformed the way in which the world consumes music: “The internet has made music more disposable. When I started buying records, just before the internet was big, I got […]
In the wake of the latest celebrity nude selfie leak, internet sages have been quick to dish up an age-old nugget of wisdom: ‘Don’t want your nude selfies leaked? Then don’t take them’. After all, let’s remember that a woman’s body doesn’t belong to her in the sense that she permanently gets to control who sees […]
Dee Courtney on the problem most Dubliners choose to ignore
Sunayana Baruah discusses the impact of Section 377
Sunayana Baruah debunks some of the myths about psychology majors
What Investor-state Dispute Settlement is, what it does, and why we shouldn’t want it included in TTIP.
The West has been wrong to focus on ‘The Hunger Games’ above the perspective of Thai demonstrators, argues Naoise Dolan.
The Selfie stole your freedom. The AntiSelfie will set you free writes D. Joyce-Ahearne.
How an Irish Times review of a novel about young disenfranchised people completely delegitimises the problems of our generation.