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Podcasts from Spectator writers
I wouldn’t envy anyone fighting in that terrain against a tenacious, vigorous people defending their beloved homeland
By James Jeffrey
The Camino de Santiago is no normal pilgrimage
What should the US do about the Tigray crisis?
I moved constantly between cheap hostels and lived out of plastic shopping bags
The bloody horrors that have waylaid Iraq since the 2003 invasion obliterate thoughts of its glorious past
Does our society spark joy?
‘You can go to Hell, but I am going to Texas,’ said Davy Crockett. I think he had a point
We downed jugs of turbo, a popular Ethiopian concoction of white wine, beer and Sprite
By a British veteran of the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts
The insurgents did the sensible thing and left before our armored column arrived
An upbeat campaign against cynical times
From a veteran of Afghanistan and Iraq
The Ethiopian question
Tough times for tenacious Tigray
Down Santiago way
My taste of lockdown freedom on the Camino pilgrimage
Addicted to Addis
Texas or Hell
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