England is still growing and growing
Will immigration be a political issue in the years ahead again?
The global population inversion
The age pyramid is starting to flip.
Should B-school rankings be based on what you earn or what you learn?
Too much emphasis on compensation in rankings produces an inversion of values
How schools make bullying worse
Everyone knows that “snitches get stitches”
After a mammoth public consultation, NZ euthanasia bill hangs in the balance
90 percent of public submissions were opposed to killing
Regional demographic disparity in the USA
The country as a whole is growing, but many of its regions are not.
Folau runs foul of moral guardians
Is Australia’s most talented rugby star a homophobe?
The death of communism – a 30-year anniversary we won’t be hearing much about
The European establishment dislikes what came after 1989
The power of words
A pillar of the dying-with-dignity movement calls a spade a spade
More doubts about controversial Pell guilty verdict
Could the witness have been influenced by a similar case in the US?
Letter from a Spanish Brexiteer
Britons are not the only ones to feel that their independence is dwindling
Crusaders no more?
A New Zealand rugby team grapples with its brand
Refighting the Crusades
The modern world would have been completely different without the Crusades, says historian Thomas Madden
Is the internet another way to increase birthrates?
Perhaps due to increased work-life flexibility.
Puberty blockers: a transgender experiment built on sand
Researchers must be free to ask questions without fear of the 'transphobia' label
Half of the world’s youth will be African
Characteristics of a future African Gen Z.
Abortion extremism triggers major backlash across America
Politicians are helping Planned Parenthood advance a more radical abortion agenda
‘Unplanned’ shows side of the abortion debate few audiences get to see
It won’t win any Oscars, but it has a solid message
Understanding loneliness In older adults - and tailoring a solution
What really matters is close relationships with people they care about
Abortion litigation takes diverse paths in Blue and Red States
Personhood, heartbeats and viability are all in play
The fall from grace of Canada’s woke prime minister
Justin Trudeau is embroiled in an ethical scandal which has tarnished his feminist credentials
Want to save the planet?
Have some more children!
Hatred: the god that failed
America’s unofficial arbiter of hate groups is facing a crisis
‘You’re a hater’: the fashionable slander
It shuts down all dialogue and turns good people into pariahs
Christianity teaches violence and intolerance. True or false?
Contrary to secularist clichés, the Church pioneered the doctrine of religious toleration