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Singapore’s fertility woes call for a rethink of sexual attitudes
| 31 July 2008 | FEATURES |
Frenzied attempts to boost birth rates in the city state ignore one key statistic: abortion rates.
The Pill: past its use-by date
Actually, the whole idea that technology can deliver consequence-free sex has outlived its shelf life.
McCain and Obama were asked about the marriage amendment
Guess who supports it and who opposes it?
Sweden’s education success story: private schools
The archetypal nanny state combines public funding with private initiative and profit.
Uganda’s population an asset, not a problem, says president
'I do not agree with the alarmism over the high rate of population growth.'
Of all the public opinion polls…
…of course the one that counts comes in November.
Back to the American voters
Barack Obama and John McCain are focusing on the economy this week.
Soaring ideas…nailed down
Sen. Obama’s Berlin speech got plenty of coverage and much of it
A Thousand Hills
The leadership of a
remarkable soldier-president could turn the ruins of Rwanda into the Singapore of
Girls can do maths as well as boys
Researchers say it is time to abandon the stereotype of the girl who struggles with maths.
My summer (face) job
Chinese teenagers turn out to be just as vain as their Western counterparts.
Equality laws ‘holding women back’
The UK’s equality commissioner worries that maternity leave laws deprive fathers of their share of caring.
Smiles and laughter Down Under
What's it like to be part of the biggest youth festival on earth?
Raising free-range kids
| 25 July 2008 | FEATURES |
Helicopter parenting just doesn’t work with four kids and two pets to keep an eye on.
Big bother bites the dust
Celebrations are called for as a gutter TV show ends its run, but expect more heated battles in the future.
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