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A liberal British paper sets a good example by changing its editorial line to fit the evidence about cannabis.
Poor countries need freedom ? and children
The World Bank is out to destroy the most valuable economic resource: people.
Childhood versus the Pussycat Dolls
| 30 March 2007 | FEATURES |
A widely publicised report on the sexualisation of girls belabours the obvious and fails to make effective recommendations. Why?
The autobiography of a courageous Somali woman who has cut herself off from Islam and embraced Western culture makes fascinating reading.
Africa through Polish eyes
| 29 March 2007 | FEATURES |
Poland's best-known journalist made travel into an art form with his insightful books.
Britain’s sex slavery dilemma
Strategies against trafficking will fail as long as people are volunteering for the sex slave market.
Higher education behemoth faces reality check
| 21 March 2007 | FEATURES |
Like the Big Three car manufacturers, American higher education has become fat and lazy.
Disability must be valued
American doctors are being told to screen all pregnant women for Down syndrome. But aren't we all imperfect in some way?
| 20 March 2007 | FEATURES |
The inspiring story of how one man changed history by getting England to abolish the slave trade.
Christian ideas gone mad
| 19 March 2007 | FEATURES |
It's time to take a closer look at the Enlightenment values which underpin much of modern thinking, says a British journalist in this interview.
Why hasn't anyone in the Bush administration supported America's top soldier after he bravely defended common sense?
Why high pensions mean low birth rates
There's a simple reason for plummeting fertility rates in the West: pension systems have replaced traditional families and penalised couples with kids.
Keeping children safe online
| 15 March 2007 | FEATURES |
It hardly restricts our freedom to filter pornography out of the web in schools and libraries.
Daughter of the Desert
An extraordinary British woman who worked in World War I military intelligence may be responsible for the mess in Iraq today.
His Bobness deserves more respect
Reports that the current Pope loathes Bob Dylan should be taken with a grain of salt.
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