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Mommy, what did you do during the war?
Daniel Mansueto | 31 May 2006 | FEATURES |
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A war is being waged in Asia against unborn girls. Why aren't more people enlisting to fight for them?


Deep down, we’re all comic book nerds
Matthew Mehan | 29 May 2006 | FEATURES |
tags: comic books, films, superheroes
With X-Men 3: The Last Stand, the mutant superhero franchise seems to have run out of puff.


Friendly correspondence
Robert R. Reilly | 27 May 2006 | FEATURES |
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The president of Iran recently challenged his American counterpart to mend his erring ways. Here's a draft response.


War without end
Martyn Drakard | 26 May 2006 | FEATURES |
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Somalia's warring factions are destroying their country. Who or what can bring them to the negotiating table?


Talking us to death
Margaret Somerville | 26 May 2006 | FEATURES |
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To legalize euthanasia would fundamentally change the way we understand ourselves, human life and its meaning.


Over the Hedge
Justin Myers | 22 May 2006 | FEATURES |
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A worthwhile romp for the kiddies which also shows that Pixar still holds the lead in computer-generated animation.


Waiting for Benedict
Carrie Gress | 22 May 2006 | FEATURES |
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A German pope will visit the homeland of his predecessor this week. How will he be received?


FOCUS ON THE DA VINCI CODE
In Nairobi, it’s a bore
Martyn Drakard | 19 May 2006 | FEATURES |
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A film about spooky art galleries and architecture will not make a dent in the developing world.


FOCUS ON THE DA VINCI CODE Offensive? Probably. A dud? For sure.
Michael Cook | 18 May 2006 | FEATURES |
tags: Da Vinci Code, New Age
Despite the hype, the year's most-awaited film is unlikely to win any Oscars.


FOCUS ON THE DA VINCI CODE A Da Vinci Code FAQ
Richard Umbers | 17 May 2006 | FEATURES |
tags: Da Vinci Code, New Age
While Dan Brown's thriller lacks style and credibility, it still poses unsettling questions about the history of Christianity.


Contrarian couples
Carolyn Moynihan | 13 May 2006 | FEATURES |
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Do recent statistics from the US indicate a shift in attitudes towards contraception?


On the prowl for fashion
Alegria Duran-Ballen and Adela Lo Celso | 13 May 2006 | FEATURES |
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Who knows what the next big fashion hit will be? Coolhunters know.


Why I love my spam
Michael Cook | 13 May 2006 | FEATURES |
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It's a bit like the hurricanes and droughts of global warming: in our lifetime, we're destined to live with spam. Instead of complaining, why not enjoy it?


Freud or Fraud?
Gerard van den Aardweg | 11 May 2006 | FEATURES |
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It's hard to imagine contemporary society without Oedipus complexes, defence mechanisms, Freudian slips, and the psychiatrist's couch. But a leading Dutch psychiatrist is not cracking the champagne on Sigmund Freud's 150th birthday.


Intense, creative and wise:
the fiction of Katherine Paterson
Susan Reibel Moore | 05 May 2006 | FEATURES |
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American author Katherine Paterson has been honoured with Sweden's highest literary award for children's books. She deserves it.


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