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Saudi Arabia and Russia among 37 states backing China's Xinjiang policy

Tom Miles 

July 12, 2019 / 11:33 PM / Updated 10 hours ago  

GENEVA (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia, Russia and 35 other states have written to the United Nations supporting China’s policies in its western region of Xinjiang, according to a copy of the letter seen by Reuters on Friday, in contrast to strong Western criticism.   260 more words


Gioconda Belli

In a store the cover says this book costs $16.00. Imagine my delight when I found a copy in new condition at a library sale for a quarter. 623 more words

Review- Denning, “The Cultural Front”

Michael Denning, “The Cultural Front: The Laboring of American Culture in the Twentieth Century” (1997) – More like the “be-laboring… of the point!” Just kidding- this book is pretty long and detailed but I wouldn’t call it belabored. 466 more words


Exhibition: 19th-century Leeds Radicalism

From today, a new exhibition can be seen in the Local and Family History department, on the 2nd floor of the Central Library – exploring the rich radical tradition of 19th-century Leeds, using books and other materials from the Central Library collections. 186 more words

Leeds History

Research Spotlight: Caitlin Kitchener

  • Studying: PhD in Archaeology (full-time)
  • Supervisor: Dr. Jon Finch
  • Thesis Title: ‘Unite and Be Free’: The Historical Archaeology of British Political Radicalism, c. 1815-1822.
  • Research Interests:
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Research Spotlight

Apple declines to ban Islam app criticized for promoting radicalism

RT UK Published on Jun 26, 2019 

Apple’s been accused of helping to spread radical Islam by hosting Islam app Euro Fatwa. Security expert Chris Phillips believes it pushes ‘this differential between Muslims and the rest of society’.