23 - 29 May 2014
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The Cold Web: How Russia and the US became entangled in a new era of great power rivalry, by Emily Tamkin
• The disaster wager: Steven Pinker and Martin Rees on why they bet on man-made catastrophe
• Louise Perry on the mother-baby bond
• Kate Mossman on Joni Mitchell’s Blue