How will immigration to Scotland survive post-Brexit?
Will the country soon see population decline?
Death is becoming very efficient in Canada
A new bill removes safeguards from the existing euthanasia regime
The scale of the Chinese lockdown
What to make of these scary figures?
Divided loyalties: the 737 Max warning light glitch
The fox was in charge of the henhouse
Nigeria must be held to account over Christian persecution
Some 1,300 have been slaughtered in the past year, in addition to the more than 6,000 deaths since 2015
‘1917’ urges us to reject the inevitability of war
The powerful film explores the fatalism that led to World War I
In some stories, home is another character
Where Alcott's March family live, for instance
Is it time to kiss the nuclear family goodbye?
A prominent journalist suggests that we can forge bigger and better families
The fall of a spiritual giant
Jean Vanier, the Canadian founder of a community for the intellectually disabled, has been exposed as a sexual abuser
The response of Wuhan Christians to the coronavirus outbreak puts the government to shame
They continue to evangelise and help one another
Twitter piles on Richard Dawkins over eugenics tweet
The eminent expert in communicating science botches his explanation
How vulnerable is Xi Jinping over coronavirus?
In today's China, there are few to hold him to account
Science, sex, and suicide
Scientific American urges a ban on therapies that may save lives. Why?
Wu Huayan: dying of hunger in a China ‘without poverty’
President Xi claimed poverty would disappear by 2020. 2020 has arrived and here is a young student who died of…
The hidden scourge of modern slavery
Even in the United States, thousands of women and girls are working as sex slaves
Is South Korea’s population peak upon us?
Statistics Korea is starting to think so
The Tradwife movement reminds us of the virtue of service in marriage
And that is anything but regressive
The world’s major economies are being hit hard by demographic change
From China to Europe, they may grow old before they grow richer
In defence of Peter Singer
The notorious utilitarian philosopher has been de-platformed in New Zealand
Paganism in 21st-century Europe – what’s the attraction?
Some Europeans have turned to ancient pagan religion to fill the spiritual vacuum created by today’s materialistic world – with…
Two years on, where has same-sex marriage taken Australia?
Public life is coarser and more sexualised
What Obergefell isn’t
It did not give homosexuals the right to marry – they already had it
Putting the pros and cons of euthanasia under the microscope
A Canadian philosopher examines the euphemism of “medical assistance in dying”
The right one for you? The True Love Character Test
A checklist every young person should know
Court victory for UK ‘transphobia’ delinquent
Tweeting rhymes against transgenderism is allowed in a non-Orwellian state, says a judge