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How not to create an idyllic town
Michael Cook | 31 March 2009 |
tags:It takes more than government money and an army of public servants to keep communities from descending into chaos.
The end of Obama’s beginning
Godfrey Hodgson | 31 March 2009 |
tags:The outsourcing of recovery to the zombies traps the global president in a domestic vice.
Craigslist killed the newspaper
Brian Lilley | 28 March 2009 |
tags:What will the media world look like when all the newspapers are gone?
Let’s put this pet theory to sleep
Stephen Drake and Dick Sobsey | 27 March 2009 |
tags:We have suffered long enough the euthanasia lobby's myth that society is kinder to animals than to humans.
The last great act of living
Margaret Somerville | 27 March 2009 |
tags:Legalising euthanasia would deny the full potential of the human spirit.
Henry VIII: petulant, lustful greedy - but never protestant
Joanna Bogle | 26 March 2009 |
tags:500 years after his rule began the Tudor tyrant's tragic religious legacy seems almost accidental.
Is outsourcing exploitation?
Xavier Rodrigues | 26 March 2009 |
tags:Just ask Indian shoemakers whether they would prefer to work for themselves or for an overseas company.
Making war on the African child
Chinwuba Iyizoba | 24 March 2009 |
Iran’s view of Obama’s video
George Friedman | 24 March 2009 |
tags:It will take more than New Year congratulations to win over a hostile regime.
Africa needs better media coverage
Martyn Drakard | 21 March 2009 |
tags: Africa, AIDS, Benedict XVIThe international media has a woeful ignorance of Africa. Why don't they listen to someone who knows?
African AIDS: the facts that demolish the myths
Michael Cook | 21 March 2009 |
tags: Africa, AIDS, Benedict XVIThe mystery of why AIDS has been so devastating in Africa has been solved. And it’s not lack of condoms.
And then there was one
Carolyn Moynihan | 21 March 2009 |
tags:Three children were at risk as a result of rape in Brazil, but the media only cared about one - or seemed to.
Who’s the real expert?
Jokin de Irala | 21 March 2009 |
tags: Africa, AIDS, Pope Benedict XVIDid any journalists ask an epidemiologist whether the Pope might be right about the ineffectiveness of condoms in fighting the African AIDS epidemic? We did.
GDP: the silly number
John Robson | 20 March 2009 |
tags:It doesn't measure happiness, wealth or efficiency. The GDP really is a useless economic tool.
“Hail to the Chief”, con forza, ma non troppo
Michael Cook | 18 March 2009 |
tags:Barack Obama's presidency hasn't even reached the 100-day mark and already some people have given up on him. Not so fast.