Commentary:Do so-called “safe spaces” endanger contemporary intellectual life, asks columnist John Lloyd, threatening even basic freedoms of speech and publication? “Few great social changes are wholly positive,” John Lloyd writes. “To know the nature of those who offend you. To read Adolf Hitler’s memoir, Mein Kampf, for example, is to go beyond the cardboard villain.... To understand, even in part, a monster through his own words is a sounder basis for opposition to fascism than mere sloganeering.”
Turkey will introduce quotas on the amount of steel it imports from Oct. 17, with an additional 25 percent duty levied on any imports above the quotas, it said in a filing published by the World Trade Organization, blaming a surge in imports.