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  • 3
    Aug

    2020

    Home/Away from Home: Travel and Gender Politics

    Travel has been deeply ingrained in human history. In this time of COVID-19 lockdowns, international travel has become especially limited, even banned. To be sure, the internet offers a virtual landscape...

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  • 20
    May

    2020

    Cold Wars

    What was the Cold War that shook world politics for the second half of the twentieth century? Customarily, the short answer is that the Cold War was either a clash between the Soviet and superpowers...

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  • 15
    May

    2020

    HIV and Coronavirus: Remembering Bruce Burnett and...

    In November 1983 a twenty-nine-year-old man named Bruce Burnett returned to his homeland, New Zealand/Aotearoa, from San Francisco. Bruce hadn’t been in San Francisco long: he had left New Zealand...

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  • 20
    Dec

    2019

    Who’s Afraid of Religious Experience?

    Whatever else religious experience is, it is experience, and it should be assessed accordingly. It is not a belief, a theory, or a creed. Instead, it is a kind of awareness that attracts one’s attention,...

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  • 16
    Dec

    2019

    Shuri Castle and Controversial Heritage in Japan

    On 31 October, 2019, a massive fire tore through the UNESCO World Heritage site of Shuri Castle in Okinawa, sparking a global reaction and comparisons with the devastating fire at Notre Dame, another World...

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  • 5
    Nov

    2019

    Strategic Human Resource Management

    The website of GE mentions: “the relentless quest for progress has fueled 130 years of innovation. We believe that our people are our most powerful catalysts for growth and innovation”.  At Google,...

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  • 29
    May

    2019

    Has Religion a Future?

    Though religious affiliation is declining in Western Europe, religion is a powerful and dangerous force in the modern world. In 1997 Samuel Huntington, in ‘The Clash of Civilisations’, argued that...

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  • 1
    Apr

    2019

    The Dementia Manifesto: A revolution in how...

    Dementia as life. That sounds all wrong, doesn’t it? Just look at the facts. Dementia is the umbrella term for a number of different organic brain diseases, which are progressive and terminal. Its symptoms...

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