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Plugged in, online, tuned out -- and liable to have a painful encounter with reality.
Obama is Kenyan
In a country starved of political leadership Obama fills a yawning gap in the collective psyche.
Are secularism and Islam cousins?
However different they may appear, in many vital features these two systems have much in common
The art of faking credentials
A famous World War I tale invented by the Allies to discredit their German enemies has lessons for today
Freedom of religion or freedom from religion?
European disputes over head scarves and turbans in public schools hardly exist in the United States. Here’s why.
Is littering the sin of the century?
There were raised eyebrows around the world when newspapers reported that the Vatican had updated the seven deadly sins.
Batten the hatches and blame the banks
As the world economy heads into stormy seas, questions should be asked
about the wisdom and morality of monetary policy managed by central
Abortion could harm your mental health
After 40 years and 6.6 million abortions British psychiatrists say there could be harmful psychological effects.
Hillary Clinton’s family manifesto
It is ten years since she published "It Takes a Village", and Mrs Clinton still sounds the same.
It takes a family
If it takes a village to raise a child, what does it take to raise a village?
The mighty fall and the media cash in
Why are newspapers gasping in scandalised horror over the misdeeds of Eliot Spitzer? They wrote the script.
Oracles of Science
Some scientists are out of their depth when they wade into philosophy and theology.
The hidden costs of coeducation
With boys’ scores dropping further and further, it’s time to try something new.
Who dare call it futile?
A Canadian man’s life depends on a ventilator. His relatives want to keep it on; his doctors want to turn it off.
The Past in the Present
African traditional life is being steamrollered by globalisation. How should they react?
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