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An aging prison population poses problems

Is the human dignity of prisoners at risk?
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Stopping the atrocities of ISIS

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Principalities and Powers: Spiritual Combat 1942-1943

World War II as a campaign against evil by defenders of the good.
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The global citizen without a country?

Today’s global citizenship movement emphasizes human rights disconnected from the history of any particular nation.
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A compassionate society prevents suicide; it doesn’t promote it

How can we prevent suicide if we are also assisting it?
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Singles majority of adult population in USA

The USA is now home to more singles than married people above the age of 16.
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Married at First Sight

New TV show conveys that society's attitude to marriage is all wrong.
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Too much information for children

Nate really wants to be an actor.
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Cinema classics: Five million years to Earth (1967)

A splendid example of imaginative British science fiction.
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The TV audience is graying fast. What does that mean?

It means that there is no longer going to be a “mass audience.”
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Witness to murder

Can twelve-year-old Smith uncover the murderers' motives before becoming the next victim?
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Beyond sadness, a saving hope

A writer finds there is a remedy for the “black dog” of depression.
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A world of depression and suicide

WHO suicide report shows we must stop seeing depression as a disorder of developed world.
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Burma’s Census Results

The government is having to admit that their population estimates have been much too high.
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The link between divorce and mortality

Divorce packages at hotels won't stop the detrimental effects of divorce.
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A deeply amoral defence of same-sex marriage

Arguments used by Richard Posner, one of America's most famous jurists, could be turned on democracy itself.
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The virtue of subtlety: a U.S. strategy against the Islamic…

The American strategy in the Middle East is fixed: allow powers in the region to balance against each other. When that fails, intervene.
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A story of friendship and personal tragedy

A young girl deals with her mother's illness.
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Abuse is a social, not just a legal problem

Identifying offenders is all very well, but isn’t it time to make some social changes?
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Terrorism as theatre

Technology, which Silicon Valley claim has liberated us, has also brought us back to the worst sorts of barbarism
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The Islamic State is not “mediaeval”; it’s just cruel and…

The Middle Ages were no more violent than what came before or afterwards.
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If you think only you know your pin number, let us hope you are right

Banks are still just one step ahead of thieves.
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The highest abortion rate in Asia

Why is Vietnam's abortion rate so high?
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Latin lessons

What a great Roman historian can teach us about IVF and egg freezing.
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Dubai: a city over-run by males?

Dubai’s gender imbalance is ‘unnatural’ according to a report released last week.
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In Nigeria, a dialogue of life brings religious groups together

“We are not just fighting each other – that is a caricature of our country,” says an archbishop.
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Is social media creating a “spiral of silence”? Polarizing our society?

I don’t think the Internet polarizes society. It highlights polarities.
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ISIS has declared war. Now what?

How can leaders of the most civilized, powerful nations in the world not yet have a solid plan?
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Is marriage a form of prostitution?

The tired old ideas of ageing feminists are being discredited by a younger generation.
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“Parade of empathy” halted by same-sex marriage ruling

Eighty year-old federal judge defends the meaning of marriage.
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