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100 Days: Battling the forces of inertia
Godfrey Hodgson | 29 April 2009 |
tags: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
George Friedman | 29 April 2009 |
tags:The new president's foreign policy is one of continuity rather than change.
In Ukraine, the stench of the Soviet era lingers on
Matthew Rarey | 29 April 2009 |
tags: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
Rod Dreher | 29 April 2009 |
tags:Now that several states have legalised same-sex marriage, is it time to throw in the towel? Maggie Gallagher says No.
“Look At Me!”
Leonard Franchi | 29 April 2009 |
tags: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”
Sheila Liaugminas | 27 April 2009 |
tags:The Vatican recently invited friends and foes to an unprecedented conference on evolution. Our correspondent captures the intellectual drama of the week-long dialogue.
Richard Umbers | 24 April 2009 |
tags:A whale lover explains why he cannot join Greenpeace.
Joyful and triumphant
Joanna Bogle | 23 April 2009 |
tags:Susan Boyle brought reality to TV in a way that blew the genre to pieces.
Higher education’s new sobriety
Kevin Ryan | 23 April 2009 |
tags:Financial crunch time is a good moment to re-assess the benefits of a college education.
A crisis of morals, not just of finance
Richard Bastien | 23 April 2009 |
tags: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
Francis Phillips | 22 April 2009 |
tags: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
Carolyn Moynihan | 21 April 2009 |
tags:Ultimately it was divine love that made Galileo's world go around.
Toppling the last taboo
Margaret Somerville | 21 April 2009 |
tags:Is incest merely a relic of a decrepit moral system?
When kindness kills
Martyn Drakard | 20 April 2009 |
tags:Aid to Africa is stifling enterprise, feeding corruption and keeping oppressive governments in power.
Wish you weren’t here
Brian Lilley | 18 April 2009 |
tags:Some top environmentalists say the way to a greener planet is to have fewer people. Is an environmentalism without humanity the answer?