World Tag Archive

Art & CultureCOVID-19

Christmas travels … from cover to cover

(4 minute read)
The loss of freedom to travel has brought frustration and anxiety to many. Leonard Franchi suggests ‘travelling’ with the imagination until the restrictions are eased.

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Social Issues

The sex scandal that the tabloids ignore

(8 minute read)
Only international pressure will save young girls from kidnap and forced marriage in Pakistan, says John Pontifex.

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Lifestyle

Starting over …

(7 minute read)
Monica Amendola reveals the challenges and surprises of starting a new life as a foreigner in Brexit Britain.

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LifestyleSocial IssuesThought-provoking

Pushing the brake pedal

(7 minute read)
Francesca Omon argues that spiritual values are just as essential as green policies to save the planet.

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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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Social IssuesThought-provoking

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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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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Social IssuesThought-provoking

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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COVID-19HistoryThought-provoking

Time to make peace with nature … but how?

(7 minute read)
Richard Bauckham ponders the great challenge to creation posed by our everyday destructiveness.

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Art & CultureHistory

Grimy glory: lessons in beauty from sewage-plants and run-down buildings

(7 minute read)
Self-confessed commoner Adam Brocklehurst explains how the aristocratic Lucinda Lambton has helped him see the world around him with new eyes.

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