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Fear masquerading as tolerance

Postwar Europe was built on an intolerance of intolerance and a downplaying of national tradition—a mindset praised as anti-racism and ridiculed as political correctness. It has often made integrating newcomers hard
Christopher Caldwell  

The Silicon Valley of China

On my 3,000-mile journey east to west along China's Route 312, I stumble across the giant city of Hefei. It is almost unknown outside China, but it aspires to be the country's Silicon Valley by 2020, and its aspirations are…
Rob Gifford  

Too diverse?

Is Britain becoming too diverse to sustain the mutual obligations behind a good society and the welfare state?
David Goodhart