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Best of Enemies review – James Graham’s superb study of media and politics

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James Graham specialises in pivotal political moments. This House recreated the parliamentary divisions leading to the Thatcher premiership in 1979, and Ink previewed the electoral significance of Rupert Murdoch’s 196...

The art of the steal: ‘I have poached shamelessly from my enemies’

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Down through history, writers have stolen material from those nearby. Family, lovers, friends – even writing group members. Saul Bellow and Philip Roth, two of the most prodigiously talented and personally obnoxious w...

The lesson we failed to learn from 9/11: peace is impossible if we don’t talk to our enemies

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The fall of Kabul 20 years after 9/11 represents not just the failure of the western strategy in Afghanistan but a wider failure of our overall strategy in tackling the terrorism that gave rise to the attacks in New Y...

Tony Blair: Afghanistan exit gives opportunities to UK’s enemies

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The UK and other countries should “commit for the long term” in places such as Afghanistan, Tony Blair has argued, claiming the chaotic withdrawal would provide opportunities for hostile countries and organisations. T...

‘It was just such a maze’: the twisty story behind Enemies of the State

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“The truth is rarely pure and never simple.” Oscar Wilde’s arch observation raises the curtain on Sonia Kennebeck’s new documentary film Enemies of the State, exec-produced by Errol Morris. Winston Churchill’s summary...

How the far-right group ‘Oath Enforcers’ plans to harass political enemies

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A national online network of thousands of rightwing self-described “Oath Enforcers” is threatening to unleash harassment tactics on elected officials and government workers around the country, the Guardian can reveal....