Alex Miller

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Articles by Alex Miller

  • VICE News

    Life as an Illegal Immigrant in Greece

    Greece has always been a gateway for immigrants searching for a better life in Europe. But many of those who crossed illegally into Greece found that they traded one bad situation for another. VICE News' Alex Miller went to Greece to find out what it is like to be trapped in a co…

  • VICE News

    Free Derry: The IRA Drug War

    Dissident republican activity in Derry is increasing, thanks to the merger of the Real IRA with anti-drug vigilantes.

  • Live: On the Ground in Caracas

    VICE News's Alex Miller is on the ground in Caracas, Venezuela, reporting live, as hundreds of demonstrators take to the streets.

  • The Hypocrisy of the Internet's Sochi Rainbow Protest

    Rainbow logos are everywhere on social media these days, as media brands and individuals protest against Russia's anti-gay policies. But how effective can such a toothless show of support be?

  • VICE News

    Khat Power

    Khat is a chewable herbal stimulant, popular among the UK's Somali and Yemeni communities. Despite there being little or no evidence that the drug causes harm to its users, the British government is working to outlaw khat. We follow the khat trail from the farms of Meru, Kenya, t…

  • VICE Meets

    Slavoj Zizek

    The "most dangerous philosopher in the West" talks about his new film and lectures us on the importance of being on time. If you're curious about that poster of Stalin on his wall, it's "purely to annoy idiots" when they visit.

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    Clive Stafford Smith

    Clive Stafford Smith spent years working as a death-row lawyer in the South before becoming the legal director of the UK branch of Reprieve, a non-profit organization that has long campaigned for the rights of death-row prisoners. Since 2002 Reprieve has helped release prisoners

  • Austerity's Drug of Choice

    Greece's infamous new drug, sisa, is basically meth and filler ingredients like battery acid, engine oil, shampoo, and cooking salt. The majority of its users are poor, often homeless, city dwellers reeling from the psychological and physical impacts of a country in the grip of e…

  • VICE News

    Sisa: Cocaine of the Poor - Part 1

    A new drug called sisa is tearing its way through Athens' poor. The ingredients are basically meth and filler things like battery acid, engine oil, shampoo, and cooking salt. It acts faster and the effects last longer than coke, and it can be produced in home-based laboratories.

  • Conspiracy Theorists Are Dangerous Enemies to Make

    The conspiracy world doesn’t like it when you question their accepted truths. So when Charlie Veitch announced that he didn’t believe the American government blew up the World Trade Center, it cut deep. The poster boy for the British conspiracy-theory world was about to become it…