Frontline Broadsheet is coming

June 5, 2009

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The quarterly Frontline Broadsheet is coming. It’s high quality. It’s printed – and yes I do mean on paper, we’re doing this the old fashioned way – and it’s subscription only. To find out more send an email to [email protected] with the word BROADSHEET in the subject header. For blog readers and Twitter followers, here’s a taster of what to expect,

Peter Stanford on Tony Blair’s Catholicism

Muzamil Jaleel on Pakistan’s fight against Jihad.

The future for peacekeeping in Kosovo

Julian Cardona, photo essay, on fear and death in Mexico

Martin Bell on the return of British sleaze

Clive Stafford Smith on Anglo-American torture

David Hoffman on the police and databases

Baroness Susan Greenfield issues a warning

George Sotiropoulos behind the Greek protests

Ed Vulliamy on Italian artists fighting the Mafia

John Carlin and his Hollywood coincidence

Robert Fox questions Gergiev’s political allies

Simon Freeman: the demise of football managers

Comic strip GOBAMA: Frontline’s resident president by Stephen Daly.
 
Illustrators and photographers include Chris Riddell, Shirley Hughes and Clara Vulliamy, David Hoffman, Tom Stoddart, Julian Cardona.

I for one, can’t wait… I’ll have more on this next week.

UPDATE: There’s the beginnings of a facebook group.



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