social and political issues
Pope Francis' role in the US-Cuba relations breakthrough has a notable precedent.
Inside the Russian bear
The strength of the Russian people is that they can endure suffering that would break other nations.
Poverty, the rule of law, and human flourishing
Poverty can only be reduced in societies which are governed by the rule of law.
Taking the strategic intelligence model to Moscow
Strategic forecasting and analysis depends on things hidden in clear sight.
What ails Europe?
Pope Francis says that it is weariness, ageing and loneliness.
Civic trust and my friend José
The disappearance of 43 Mexican students reminds us that civic trust is a legacy we cannot take for granted.
The Islamic State reshapes the Middle East
Turkey, Iran, Saudi Arabia and the US have all been deeply affected by the success of the terrorists.
Love, wisdom and wonder: three reasons to celebrate philosophy
Philosophy is born of the very basic human disposition toward asking questions.
India’s war on women turns deadly
Thirteen women have died as a result of the latest mass sterilisation camp.
25 years on, a united Germany mixes success and struggle
Contemporary Germany is legally united but psychologically still divided.
‘White’ identity in a multicultural world
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Bizarre claims of 'white genocide' in Australia are the result of our increasingly globalised society.
Will gambling be good for Massachusetts?
Across the map, local communities are protesting the global expansion of casinos.
Denial kills you twice: Canada’s response to terrorism
Some people cannot and will not accept that Canada has been attacked by Islamic terrorists.
An intellectual journey: dodging the culture wars, thinking for myself
If we want to find the truth we have to resist the temptation of simply picking a side.
Principle, rigor and execution matter in US foreign policy
Not since the end of the Cold War has the US had a president with a deep understanding of history.
Dangers for export giants Germany and China
Around the globe, many fear a major readjustment of politics and economies.
The final dismissal
Gough Whitlam, the charismatic protagonist of Australia's most momentous constitutional crisis, has died at 98.
Looking where Gaudi looked
The architectural genius behind the most extraordinary church in the world was the subject of a recent international congress.
Saving ourselves from Ebola
Nine months into Ebola crisis it's sad we're taking more notice because of 'threat' to West
Admirable Nobel decision unlikely to spur India-Pakistan peace
The history of the prize in galvanising peace between acrimonious countries is very discouraging.
Turkey, the Kurds and Iraq: the prize and peril of Kirkuk
The Turkish government is looking at Iraq and Syria in a way similar to its stance almost a century ago. .
The critical challenge of gender equality
We need to critique the excesses of new social orthodoxies from a considered position.
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