Articles by Kenan Malik
Even a decade ago, discussions of “white identity” belonged to the fringes. Today it has become a significant political issue on both sides of the Atlantic
Kenan Malik talks to Hanif Kureishi about the Rushdie fatwa and why no one would write such a book today
The debate over race has moved on. To judge from his review of my book, Mark Pagel hasn't noticed
Amartya Sen discusses his new book, in which he claims that the British approach to multiculturalism has undermined individual freedom
Liberals argue that a more diverse society requires less diverse opinion. Nonsense
I witnessed the birth of political multiculturalism in Britain. It was in Bradford in the late 1980s when the left, shamefully, swapped secular universalism for ethnic particularism
If there is a backlash against British Muslims, where is the evidence for it? Scaremongering about Islamophobia promotes a Muslim victim culture and allows some community leaders to inflame a sense...
John Gray is a tragic fatalist. Steven Pinker believes in a progressive science of humanity. Are either of them right?
There should be no moral objections to human cloning or the creation of embryos for life-saving stem cells.