Time to cooperate.
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Dealing with fossil fuels means working out how to deal with shared resources. While economists might argue that we tend to selfishness, psychology offers another way.
Childhood asthma in low- and middle-income countries is on the rise and symptoms are often more severe. Contributory factors include living with anxiety and being exposed to community violence.
Yes, editors have the right to search out diverging views. But readers also have the right to object to distorted or biased coverage.
The tea and crumpets vision of Englishness that Capability Brown brings to mind does him an injustice.
The wealth parade.
Today's classes were born out of the machine age. They are not fit for purpose in 21st century Britain.
A model Palmyra's Arch of Triumph, made in Italy from Egyptian marble, has been installed in London's Trafalgar Square. Is this such a good thing?
The latest research shows that people are deserting TV for digital media. This is especially true of broadcast news.
African governments have some hard decisions to make if they want to breathe new life into the ‘Africa Rising’ narrative.
Africa needs to navigate the difficult economic waters that lie ahead without undoing the gains of the past two decades. Success will require difficult political choices.
Apple’s App Store goes green – for one week only.
Why Earth Day needs to more than an opportunity for environmentalists to spread the word.
Globally, women make up one-third of all drug users, including approximately 3.8 million women who inject drugs.
If countries are serious about drug reform, they must address the disproportionate harm of current drug policies on women worldwide.
Staring into the abyss.
The US has already tried to save a steel industry, and its undercooked response holds some valuable lessons.
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What are the implications of the return of the Dothraki? Their real-life equivalent may have the answer.
Unpaid volunteers are negotiating with Islamic State and facing military attacks as they try to save Syria's ancient cities.
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The idea of non-human consciousness raises a host of philosophical questions.
Should the government pay to bring new babies into the world who otherwise wouldn’t have existed?
Government support for infertility treatment is approximately A$240 million a year. The question of whether it's worth it is a complex one.
Charles I attempts to arrest five members of Parliament in 1642.
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The idea that only Parliament should set British laws emerged to protect the people from the King.
Investment in science and innovation is needed to help build Africa.
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Successful economies are led by innovation and driven by knowledge. For Africa to advance, it needs to make more substantial investments in its research and development sector.
A political police force?
Many of us will be able to vote for police chiefs next month, but has the system managed to soothe the concerns of its critics?
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Cuddle cafés offer embraces for a fee, but why do we value hugs so much?
Even before the Grand National’s official starting date of 1839, British horse racing saw plenty of drama.