Taking on Trump: The 2020 democratic candidates

Gone are the days in American presidential races when a candidate would rise or fall on policy differences.

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Ardern has redefined leadership in an age of hate

There was a row of one, two, three, four coffins laid out on the grass in front of him.

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Support youth in their direct action on climate

World Water Day is held annually as a means of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources. ...

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One Brexit obstacle avoided as others wait over the horizon

After a chaotic 48 hours and more than a little political ducking and diving, next week’s looming Brexit cliff edge has been pushed back — much to the ...

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Legalising drugs is no quick fix, but will work

It’s time for the world to change its approach to drugs, with governments needing to legalise and regulate all illicit substances, say Juan Manuel Santos, ...

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Sidelined May seems a sorry, broken figure

In a little over three months, on June 28, the centenary of the signing of the Treaty of Versailles will be marked, though hardly celebrated.

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Boeing jets: Safety is not optional

Even in a world where consumer protection is not always a priority, the news that the Boeing jets that crashed in Ethiopia and Indonesia this year — 346 lives ...

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Secrecy law on abuse provokes suspicions

One of the reasons that the Catholic Church no longer enjoys the influence it once did is that it, as an institution and as individuals, routinely protected paedophiles ...

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Reader's Blog: March brings the dividing lines into focus

‘Leaving EU, Walking’ was a project that took place on March 13.

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Readers' Blog: Mental health services need change

The essence of two Mental Health Reform surveys published last week exposes high levels of dissatisfaction with current mental health services as provided by the ...

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