The media is at the forefront of generating awareness over environmental issues. It is easy to name influential films like ...
Pietari Kaapa
Sat, 19 Aug 17
Just when you thought the Cold War could be consigned to museums and thrillers like The Hunt for Red October, ...
Russell Cobb
Sat, 19 Aug 17
The UK government has issued its official position paper on the issue of the customs union and Brexit. It emphasises ...
Peter Holmes
Sat, 19 Aug 17
This summer I worked on the Greenland ice sheet, part of a scientific experiment to study surface melting and its ...
Timothy H. Dixon
Sat, 19 Aug 17
The British government has sought to bring some clarity to its plans for the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland ...
John Garry
Sat, 19 Aug 17
An Epoch Times Survey
Venezuela is sinking ever deeper into a political and economic calamity. Inflation is above 700% and GDP is more than ...
Bulent Gökay
Fri, 18 Aug 17
North Korea got the world’s attention – and Trump’s – when it successfully launched an intercontinental ballistic missile for the ...
Greg Wright
Fri, 18 Aug 17
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un arrives at a ceremony in Pyongyang on April 13. (ED JONES/AFP/Getty Images) The leader of ...
Joshua Philipp
Fri, 18 Aug 17
The flipside of the populism coin is voter ambivalence about “democracy” as we know it.
Adele Webb
Fri, 18 Aug 17
During the colonial period, the Spanish Americas were governed under the 14th-century formula, “Obedézcase, pero no se cumpla”: obey, but ...
Luis Gómez Romero
Fri, 18 Aug 17
An Epoch Times Survey
North Korea’s nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles have been making headlines again. There’s also been serious controversy over how the ...
Michael J. Armstrong
Fri, 18 Aug 17
If moving forward is the goal, it’s a not a good policy to stand still. Yet we hear little from ...
Kate Pickett, Richard Wilkinson
Wed, 16 Aug 17
North Korea’s nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles have been making headlines again. There’s also been serious controversy over how the ...
Michael J. Armstrong
Wed, 16 Aug 17
Britain is divided. With the clock ticking on negotiations in Brussels, neither national leaders nor the wider public can agree ...
Damien Hall
Tue, 15 Aug 17