Culture Wars blogs allow contributors to take a critical and considered look at particular current events and phenomena as and when they happen. Our weekly editorial notes are also archived here.
Our first blog was Geoff Kidder's seven-part series on the Beijing Olympics.
New: Dolan Cummings on the US elections and Sarah Boyes on the Cultural Olympiad.
Archive of CW editorial notes.
Correspondents including the Institute of Ideas' Geoff Kidder and others blog on great sporting events from Beijing 2008 via South Africa 2012 to London 2012.
A critical perspective on the election campaign
Bite-sized blog thoughts.
Discussion of the four-year celebration of culture leading up to the London Olympics, 2012.
Editor Dolan Cummings on the state of American politics.
The Brighton Salon blog
News commentary from the Current Affairs Forum.
The Manchester Salon blog
All fans of a sport are able to appreciate incredible athletic feats or truly classy displays of sportsmanship. Simply put, sports have a way of bringing people together. In a day in age when settling cultural differences is of utmost importance, turning more towards sports is a reasonably viable way to bring the world closer together.
To assume that state school students are unable to raise the confidence to compete with their public school counterparts in debating is both pessimistic and false, as the evidence shows.