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100 Days: Battling the forces of inertia
The United States president reaches a landmark in office with the achievements of his first term already in the balance.
100 Days: The foreign policy groove
The new president's foreign policy is one of continuity rather than change.
In Ukraine, the stench of the Soviet era lingers on
Life in Ukraine offers a dismal but fascinating panorama of how difficult it is to shake off the blight of Communism.
No time for pessimism on same-sex marriage
Now that several states have legalised same-sex marriage, is it time to throw in the towel? Maggie Gallagher says No.
“Look At Me!”
How did the Britain of the stiff upper lip evolve into a nation of self-centred decadence?
Religion and science: “isolation is not an option”
The Vatican recently invited friends and foes to an unprecedented
conference on evolution. Our correspondent captures the intellectual
drama of the week-long dialogue.
A whale lover explains why he cannot join Greenpeace.
Joyful and triumphant
Susan Boyle brought reality to TV in a way that blew the genre to pieces.
Higher education’s new sobriety
Financial crunch time is a good moment to re-assess the benefits of a college education.
A crisis of morals, not just of finance
The meltdown in the world economy calls into question the idea that economics and ethics belong in two different pigeonholes.
A Saint on Death Row
Death row in a Texas prison is an unlikely place to become a man of forgiveness, compassion and generosity. But Dominique Green managed.
The faith of Galileo
Ultimately it was divine love that made Galileo's world go around.
Toppling the last taboo
Is incest merely a relic of a decrepit moral system?
When kindness kills
Aid to Africa is stifling enterprise, feeding corruption and keeping oppressive governments in power.
Wish you weren’t here
Some top environmentalists say the way to a greener planet is to have fewer people. Is an environmentalism without humanity the answer?
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