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Social IssuesThought-provoking

Death in modern America

(6 minute read)
The execution of Lisa Montgomery must be a wake-up call to America, argues Monica Amendola, who sees the state-sponsored killing of citizens as a grim practice which has had its day.

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Science and religion: old enemies or unconscious friends?

(12 minute read)
Theodore McKeever offers a path through a minefield of misunderstanding.

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Don’t interrupt!

(8 minute read)
The golden rule for effective and enriching dialogue is simple to state, but devilishly difficult to put into practice, as Andrew Scott found out.

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Social Issues

Facebook, facts and fake news

(4 minute read)
There is an alarming spread of false information on social media, says Monica Amendola. But what to do about it is the big question …

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COVID-19LifestyleMental HealthThought-provoking

The Coronavirus and ‘The Great Operation’

(10 minute read)
Rosemary Milne offers useful advice on how to remain fully human in a digital age.

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Suffocating in the echo chambers of modern life

(7 minute read)
Zoë Dukoff-Gordon exposes the invisible walls we build around our minds without realising it … and offers a surprising way to escape.

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The hidden cost of going green

(7 minute read)
Francesca Omon looks beyond the rhetoric and discovers why the green revolution may not be enough to save the planet.

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COVID-19HistoryLifestyle

What would Poirot do?

(6 minute read)
Kenson Li learns lessons for lockdown from the great fictional sleuth.

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HistorySocial IssuesThought-provoking

The efficiency of evil: Auschwitz and the detail of genocide

(7 minute read)
Ronnie Convery is shocked by the minutiae of a death camp and its hideous attention to detail.

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Corruption and hunger for power … the enemies within which hamper Africa’s future

(11 minute read)
Joshua Nwachukwu highlights a recent coup in Africa which made little impact on world news but exemplified the greatest challenge facing the continent.

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