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This paper argues that the West cannot remain the West if it becomes indifferent or hostile to its religious heritage.
Law professor, cultural observer and theorist on religion and pluralism, Prof Iain Benson, will offer some insights and guidance on steps he argues are essential for education, justice and politics in our time.
This paper argues that the belief that China will be content to rise as a 'responsible stakeholder' in a US-led regional and global order is out of date.
Instead, a new framework needs to explicitly recognise that China is both an economic partner and...
Peter Saunders and Kayoko Tsumori outline a proposal to move lone parents whose children are at school off welfare and into work as part of a broader strategy of poverty eradication. Getting sole parents into work would greatly reduce poverty, since joblessness is the biggest...