As part of its ‘Gaming is for Everyone’ initiative, Microsoft and Dontnod announced ‘Tell Me Why,’ boasting that it is the 1st game from a major studio to ever feature a trans lead. This is due to its female-to-male protagonist.
The causes of Iran’s political unrest, unquestionably applauded by the usual suspects within the Trump administration, appears to be closely linked to Trump’s current maximum pressure campaign targeting the Islamic Republic.
Coldplay have announced that they will no longer tour unless their concerts can be carbon neutral. While a world without Coldplay may sound great, is the move a green PR stunt? Or is the future one without live music?
US President Donald Trump is putting reporters’ lives at risk by calling them names, NY Times executive editor Dean Baquet laments. If only he felt the same concern for the reporters – including his own – actually in harm’s way.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab dismisses the row over Tory fake fact-checking account used in TV leaders debate, saying “no one gives a toss” about the social media cut and thrust, but his Party’s actions tell a different story.
A new and strangely timed NATO video paints a flattering – and entirely fraudulent – picture of the alliance’s mission in Kosovo, a Serbian province it occupied in 1999 that now styles itself an independent state.
In my experience of the regime change operations in East and Central Europe in the early 1990s, the creation of zones described as “democracy” or “anti-communist zones” by the insurgents was usually the beginning of the end game.
As news organizations around the world announce their intention to switch from “Kiev” to “Kyiv”, this latest campaign of anti-Russia sentiment disguises economic and social problems in one of the poorest countries in Europe.