Crossing boundaries: ethics, wealth and power

The crisis in Ukraine has placed an ironic spotlight on the persistance of national borders: ironic because the pandemic (not to mention the looming climate crisis) has only made clear their ultimate irrelevance to the natural order of things.

It’s true that borders developed to reflect fundamental aspects of our society, our sense of identity, and in a less fundamental sense our…

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Freelance writer (business and fiction, trying not to let them overlap), musician. Based in Rye on the south east coast of England, and Esperaza in France

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Paul Brasington

Paul Brasington

Freelance writer (business and fiction, trying not to let them overlap), musician. Based in Rye on the south east coast of England, and Esperaza in France

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