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Is Egypt on the judicial skids?
Egypt is in danger of being viewed as a country that is contemptible of the rule of law.
Last updated: 29 Apr 2014 09:47 GMT
Why the English novel is no longer English
Today's English literature reflects ethnic diversity and it's not just the current fashion.
Last updated: 14 Apr 2014 07:06 GMT
Indian cinema's new moves for 2014
India cinema clocked hundred years in 2013, but the year ahead promises more fun from Bollywood and south Indian cinema.
Anna MM Vetticad
Last updated: 07 Jan 2014 21:38 GMT
UK to honour Churchill with new banknote
Bank of England governor announces plan to release £5 note with portrait of former war-time prime minister in 2016.
Last updated: 26 Apr 2013 18:03 GMT
How not to rehabilitate young prisoners
Sending young people to solitary confinement is the perverse consequence of treating them like adults, writes Kysel.
Last updated: 19 Oct 2012 09:37 GMT
The end of the Putin era?
Despite the government's best efforts to write off protesters, the public discontent is likely to keep growing.
Last updated: 17 Jan 2012 12:05 GMT
India's great expectations
Indians debate if their country can overcome corruption and a widening wealth gap to become a 21st century superpower.
Last updated: 21 Dec 2011 16:59 GMT
David Cameron's 'Great Expectations'
Proposals to cut back on social safety nets in the United Kingdom risk returning the country to a Dickensian era.
Last updated: 06 Sep 2011 13:40 GMT
American power after Osama bin Laden
While the US possesses most of the power resources in the world, it does not necessarily translate to world hegemony.
Joseph S Nye
Last updated: 05 May 2011 17:08 GMT
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Gunning down the taxmen of Somalia
At least 25 tax collectors have been killed since 2012 in Mogadishu, a city awash in weapons and abject poverty.
Down and out in upscale Japan
Tokyo government claims its homeless population has hit a record low, but analysts - and the homeless - beg to differ.
3D printing and the future of disaster relief
3D printers can cheaply construct homes and could soon be deployed to help victims of catastrophe rebuild their lives.
Protecting Mongolia's parent-less children
Lack of child protection laws means abandoned and orphaned kids rely heavily on the care of strangers.
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Big rethink for counterterrorism
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