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Is Georgia the first cyberwar?
John Bambenek | 30 August 2008 |
tags:Talk of a new era of war over the internet is just overheated rhetoric.
A new oath for doctors: the customer is always right
Lea Singh | 29 August 2008 |
tags:Conscientious objection is becoming harder and harder for doctors in the United States, Canada and Britain.
You gotta have faith
Brian Lilley | 27 August 2008 |
tags: abortion, Barack Obama, Catholic ChurchJoe Biden's nomination as Barack Obama's running mate casts a shadow over the Democrats' campaign.
Rebecca Walberg | 27 August 2008 |
tags:A mother and paediatrician writes about what sons need from parents, and how families and culture often shortchange young men.
Homeschooling: a learning experience for the whole family
Mary Cooney | 26 August 2008 |
tags:It was a lot harder than I imagined, but the reasons for educating our children at home were compelling.
Georgia and Kosovo: an intertwined crisis
George Friedman | 26 August 2008 |
tags:To understand what happened in Georgia, remember what happened nine years ago in Kosovo.
Dispelling Beijing’s haze
Brian Lilley | 26 August 2008 |
tags:China's pollution is generated by the world's demand for its cheap manufactured goods.
Stressed out warriors
Carolyn Moynihan | 23 August 2008 |
tags:Women veterans of the Iraq war are experiencing health problems in high numbers, but it's nothing that a bit of support cannot fix, says a researcher.
Sport can lift us higher
Alistair Nicholas | 22 August 2008 |
tags:Faster, higher, stronger: the motto of the modern Olympics gives us noble aspirations to live by.
China: A Wolf in the World?
Francis Phillips | 22 August 2008 |
tags:A former British diplomat who witnessed the cultural revolution first hand attempts to decode the enigma of China.
In the Blink of an Eye
Nwachukwu Egbunike | 21 August 2008 |
tags: Africa, Social justice, Wangari Maathai, womenA Nigerian TV host who is not afraid of being politically incorrect.
Francis Phillips | 21 August 2008 |
tags:Two visions of English family life in classic British portraiture.
When picture-perfect is flawed
Margaret Somerville | 20 August 2008 |
tags:To the organisers in Beijing, it was a detail, but lip-synching in the opening ceremony struck at the heart of the Olympic spirit.
The real world order
George Friedman | 19 August 2008 |
tags:Like every century before it, the 21st century will be a time of conflict between nation-states, not a time to beat swords into ploughshares.
The great Saddleback debate
Mary Hinton | 16 August 2008 |
tags:Can we expect megachurch pastor Rick Warren to play hard ball with politicians?