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Sweden’s New Political Landscape

by Al Burke, Nordic News Network / 19 October 2014 Recent election results in a weak government and an outcast party holding the balance of power....
Nightwalk

Walking After Midnight: Women, Sex, and Public Space

An excerpt from Wanderlust: A History of Walking by Rebecca Solnit. Caroline Wyburgh, age nineteen, went “walking out” with a sailor in Chatham, England, in...
The Enigma of the Arrival and the Afternoon (1912)

Giorgio de Chirico: Two Essays on Metaphysical Art and Selected Poetry

Introduction Giorgio de Chirico (10 July 1888 — 20 November 1978) was an Italian painter of the Metaphysical school of visual art, which he founded with Carlo Carrà...
Lee Strasberg leading a class in The Method.

Lee Strasberg and The Dying Art of The Method

by Zev Kohan and Gabrielle Friedrich Lee Strasberg (November 17, 1901—February 17, 1982) has undoubtedly been the most controversial acting instructor in the history...
EU

To What Extent Does the Theological Concept of Subsidiarity Serve a Practical Function Within the Political Framework?

by Hasan Hafidh @HasHafidh [Editor's note: According to the European Union, "The principle of subsidiarity is defined in Article 5 of the Treaty on...
Julian Assange

Murdering Language In the Name of the Law: The Strange Case of Julian Assange and the Swedish Prosecutor

by Al Burke, Nordic News Network / 12 September 2014 The head of the Swedish Bar Association has noted that her country’s legal definition of...
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Losing Their Religion: The Materialist Nihilism Fueling the Rise of ISIS/ISIL and Salafist Jihadism

 by V Lexander Since first publishing our ongoing series of articles on the decades-long Saudi Arabian-led Salafist terrorist campaign (“The Saudi Gambit Against Iran:...
A rare photograph of Muhammad ibn Wahab (second from left), founder of the Saudi state religion and the patron saint of Al Qaeda and other Salafist terrorists.

The Saudi Gambit Against Iran: Continuing Blowback From Al Qaeda, Taliban, and Now Boko Haram – Part II

by Lexander Magazine Political Staff Writers, with additional research and reporting by Abdul Hasson al-Mesri in Saudi Arabia and James Fraser in Doha, Qatar. The Price...
Target Iran

The Saudi Gambit Against Iran: Continuing Blowback from Al Qaeda, Taliban, and Now Boko Haram – Part I

by Lexander Magazine Political Staff Writers On 25 March 1975 Saudi Arabia’s first and, to date, last progressive and pluralist leader, King Faisal, was assassinated by his...
The Three Stages of Truth

The Three Stages of Truth According to Arthur Schopenhauer

Arthur Schopenhauer (22 February 1788 – 21 September 1860) was a German philosopher best known for his book, The World as Will and Representation...