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AT SHINTOMI nursing home in Tokyo, men and women sit in a circle following exercise instructions before singing along to a famous children's song, "Yuyake... [Read More]
AT THE start of this year some pundits lamented the decline of American leadership by bestowing the title of "leader of the free world" on... [Read More]
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The president's new list sends an unsubtle message to Justice Anthony Kennedy... [Read More]
CHOOSING a hotel for a trip is generally seen as an apolitical decision. In contrast, restaurants and cafes have sometimes taken on an ideological tinge,... [Read More]
ON NOVEMBER 20th Queen Elizabeth II, the British monarch, celebrates her 70th wedding anniversary to Prince Philip. The queen is no stranger to milestones of... [Read More]
ANY student of religion will soon be struck by this paradox: a single set of beliefs and practices can either inspire people to great acts... [Read More]
HARVEY WEINSTEIN was the tip of a very large iceberg. In the month since allegations of sexual assault against the prominent film producer became public,... [Read More]
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The Economist offers authoritative insight and opinion on international news, politics, business, finance, science, technology and the connections between them. [Read More]
DURING the Balkan wars of the 1990s, old fault-lines of religion and ethnicity seemed to be opening up across Europe, with tragic results. [Read More]
WHEN plans for the Museum of the Bible, which opens to the public in Washington, DC on November 18th, were first unveiled many predicted it... [Read More]
BUDDHISM is generally regarded, with good reason, as the most peaceful of world religions. Like other south Asian faiths, it stresses the principle of ahimsa,... [Read More]
Doug Jones spoke to Lexington in Mobile, Alabama, on November 10th. The previous day the Washington Post had published a report alleging that Roy Moore,... [Read More]
THE flurry of elections coming up in Latin America will not only choose new leaders. It will also provide a check-up on the health of... [Read More]
IN THE annals of modern American economic policymaking, among the most revered pieces of legislation is the Tax Reform Act of 1986. [Read More]
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