August 06, 2020
Jeremy Seabrook

Jeremy Seabrook

  • Safari-Suited Idealists: Elegy For Another Country
    Safari-Suited Idealists: Elegy For Another Country

    The crumby details of Indian life around ’80 went with an ardent hope for progress. It’s replaced by the...

  • The Fires Of London
    The Fires Of London

    Very few people, it seems, know quite what is occurring in front of us. Not for the first time, it is...

  • The Lone Crusader And His Victims
    The Lone Crusader And His Victims

    The Oslo gunman, Anders Breivik, was certainly not on his own, even though he may have had no accomplices. In...

  • Autumn Of The Patriarch
    Autumn Of The Patriarch

    L'affaire Murdoch: The rejoicing should be muted. Individuals may be cast down from their place of eminence,...

  • Who Votes?
    Who Votes?

    In the US and Britain, it is essentially the poor who fail to register a vote. In India, the poor...

  • Invisible Women
    Invisible Women

    Invisible, unregulated, poorly paid, even a definition of domestic servant proves elusive and contradictory....

  • Whose Game?
    Whose Game?

    What do the Westerners really mean when they admiringly declare that ‘they are beating us at our own game'.

  • An Astonishing Asymmetry
    An Astonishing Asymmetry

    Victims of the imperial economic violence of yesterday remain victims of the global economic imperium of this...

  • The Idea Of Sedition
    The Idea Of Sedition

    Those who protest most loudly their devotion to their country are the truly seditious; that is, if anyone...

  • The Social Edifice
    The Social Edifice

    When a building at Laxmi Nagar in East Delhi collapsed on 15th November, killing at least 70 people, the...

  • The Paupers Arrive... Late For The Banquet
    The Paupers Arrive... Late For The Banquet

    In a world on the brink, a hyped tale of Asian economic miracle is irrelevant

  • That Side Of The Street
    That Side Of The Street

    An involuntary apartheid, it's in the fabric of the 'successful' city

  • Locus Interruptus
    Locus Interruptus

    The Kiss of the West enables Indian economy but does violence to its cultural core

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