Dylan’s original songs owe a considerable debt to Guthrie.
Trump’s slow-motion car crash could continue.
The discontent will not die out.
Some wounds remain ineradicable.
Violeta Parra’s fame rests primarily on one song.
It’s unfair to damn Trump for killing the two-state solution.
Saleh was no stranger to switching sides.
The dancing on Harare’s streets echoes the jubilation of 1980.
A regional tussle has led to efforts to effect a regime change.
Among those keeping a keen eye on the Soviet experiment was Iqbal.
The revolution survived the efforts to reverse it.
To celebrate the Balfour Declaration is grotesque.
Harvey Weinstein is only the tip of an ugly iceberg.
Che’s image keeps turning up in every corner of the world.
Hostile responses to the referendums will worsen matters.
The poll result is broadly in keeping with European trends.
Everything is going according to plan.
Suu Kyi is not the only leader who can be accused of hypocrisy.
It is likely that Pyongyang’s statues will crumble one day.
The subcontinent holds its own in terms of gurus.