Summer 2018 #60
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After Carwyn: Roger Awan-Scully asks what’s next for Welsh Labour
The soft power moment: Jonathan McClory and Chris Lewis on Wales’ global potential
Women in Welsh public life: Shazia Awan-Scully on the ongoing marginalisation of women
Leanne Wood – at the crossroads: Dylan Moore meets the Plaid Cymru leader
‘The kick of a mule’: Martin Pollard surveys Wales’ proud history of internationalism
Breaking out of our bubble?: Susie Ventris-Field considers global learning post-Donaldson
Just Being Ourselves: Roger Lewis on bringing Qatar Airways to Cardiff
Remoulding the plasticine: Laura McAllister on the importance of sport to soft power
Women’s rights are Human rights: Eleri Evans reports on gender equality from the UN
After Brexit: Sir Emyr Jones Parry on what ‘Global Britain’ and ‘Global Wales’ might mean
Wales in a Post-Brexit World: Kevin Morgan on the partnerships we will need to forge
The Betrayal of Wales: Christopher Gage hails the rise of the ‘millennial conservative’ in Wales
Age of Saints to Age of Robots: Keith Griffiths looks back at Wales from Hong Kong
United We Stand: Brett John on Wales’ need to develop closer ties with the Commonwealth
Re-energising Wales: Shea Buckland-Jones reports on the IWA’s renewable energy project
Poverty and Suicide: Sarah Stone outlines the stark link established by a Samaritans report
Lessons from Ontario: Gareth Evans visits one of PISA’s high flyers to take notes for Wales
Delivering Psychological Therapies: Kim Williams, Dr Elanor Maybury & Nicola Massie report
Time to legalise?: Urtha Felda makes a powerful case for medicinal cannabis for MS sufferers
Intolerant nation?: Uzo Iwobi considers the stories behind statistics detailing a rise in hate crime
Academi Heddwch: Mererid Hopwood outlines the journey of the nascent Wales Peace Institute
Rocking the Boat: Angela V. John talks to Merlin Gable about women who championed equality
Towards 2000, Beyond Brexit: Daniel G. Williams revisits Raymond Williams’ classic text
Jess Blair on Adrian Masters’ election diary ‘Nothing Has Changed’
Cerith D. Rhys Jones on Norena Shopland’s Forbidden Lives: LGBT Stories from Wales
Geraint Talfan Davies on John Osmond’s magnum opus ‘Ten Million Stars are Burning’
Q&A: Marc Thomas talks to Dan Tyte about ‘The Offline Project’, set in Denmark and off the internet
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