Martik Chatterjee

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Why Eden Hazard really does need more protection from referees at Chelsea

Chelsea star is the Premier League's most fouled player - but compared to his rivals, people who kick him are not punished as regularly<p>The figures have already been revealed that prove <b>Eden Hazard has been fouled</b> more than any other Premier League player.<p>But what provides further fuel to <b>Jose</b> …

Noam Chomsky: America paved the way for ISIS

<b>(AP/Hatem Moussa)</b><p>The famed linguist and philosopher on the conflict in Iraq, Israel and the myriad dangers of U.S. foreign policy<p>Noam Chomsky<p>February 16, 2015 1:00pm (UTC)<p>This article originally appeared on Jacobin.<p>Jacobin is happy to feature an interview with journalist David Barsamian and …

Middle East

Robben on Chelsea spell: Mourinho doesn't like injured players

The Dutch star had numerous fitness problems during his time playing under the Portuguese coach but still holds his former boss in high regard<p>Bayern …

Chelsea Transfer News: Eden Hazard Confirms 'There Was Never Anything with PSG'

A collective sigh was heard over west London as Eden Hazard inked a new five-and-a-half-year contract to stay with Chelsea, per Sky Sports.<p>The Belgian has been the subject of repeated links to Paris Saint-Germain since joining the Stamford Bridge club, but on the eve of facing his potential French …

Soccer

Birth of a shadow doctrine: How a small group of lawyers launched a war against international law

<b>(AP/Kevin Lamarque)</b><p>From torture to drone strikes, international law is under attack in the U.S. Here’s how it all began<p>Jens David Ohlin<p>February 7, 2015 11:30am (UTC)<p>Excerpted from “The Assault on International Law.”<p>When the hijacked airplanes hit the World Trade Towers on 9/11, John Yoo was working …

Law

Why Americans Don’t Read Foreign Fiction

When French writer Patrick Modiano won the Nobel Prize in 2014, many Americans turned to each other and asked, “Who?” Why are foreign authors so …

PSG v Chelsea: The £450m collision neither Laurent Blanc or Jose Mourinho can afford to lose

While Jose Mourinho's future at Chelsea is not in doubt, going out of the Champions League at the last 16 stage would be a big stain<p>Season-defining games come earlier and earlier in campaigns but it is no exaggeration to claim that when the Champions League resumes on Tuesday the meeting between …

Soccer

PSG v Chelsea: David Luiz on how he risked his health for Champions League glory

Paris Saint-Germain's most expensive defender in the world speaks about winning the 2012 Champions League final with Chelsea ahead of reunion with old club<p>David Luiz stands up in the five-star elegance of Le Royal Monceau hotel close to the Arc de  Triomphe in the heart of Paris and drops his …

PSG v Chelsea: David Luiz picks his all-time best XI - and selects himself - Telegraph

Jose Mourinho challenges Eden Hazard to improve his goalscoring rate

Chelsea manager wants forward to match exploits of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo<p>Eden Hazard has been challenged by <b>Chelsea</b> manager Jose Mourinho to improve his goalscoring record and move up to the level of <b>Lionel Messi</b> and <b>Cristiano Ronaldo</b>.<p>Chelsea finally confirmed Hazard’s new £200,000-a-week …

Fifty Shades of Grey: what BDSM enthusiasts think

Fifty Shades of Grey,Drama,Sam Taylor-Johnson,EL James,Fifty Shades of Grey,Sexuality,Film,Culture<p>How well does EL James know the BDSM world? Is Christian Grey a psychopath? Would a real-life Anastasia submit so quickly? Our trio of experts give their verdict on Fifty Shades of Grey

Shades of Grey

Israeli official suggests Boehner misled Netanyahu on Congress speech

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - A senior Israeli official suggested on Friday that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had been misled into thinking an invitation to address the U.S. Congress on Iran next month was fully supported by the Democrats.<p>Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks during a …

Israel