War, not morality, is the foundation of peace

War made states, and states made peace

War, not morality, is the foundation of peace
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GRIGG: War made states, and states made peace

A political tale of two dysfunctional families

Edward Klein’s book Blood Feud clearly shows that the Obamas and Clintons loathe each other

A political tale of two dysfunctional families
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BOOK REVIEW: Edward Klein’s book Blood Feud clearly shows that the Obamas and Clintons loathe each other

Winston Churchill and the villainous ‘Guilty Men’

An influential book from 1940 laid the guilt of appeasing Nazi Germany at the feet of 15 public figures

Winston Churchill and the villainous ‘Guilty Men’
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An influential book from 1940 laid the guilt of appeasing Nazi Germany at the feet of 15 public figures

Are we reaching Peak Everything?

The short answer is: not even close

Are we reaching Peak Everything?
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KUNIN: The short answer is: not even close

It’s not enough to simply manage First Nations misery

Economic integration may not be perfect but is preferable to continuing current policy

It’s not enough to simply manage First Nations misery
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COOPER: Economic integration may not be perfect but is preferable to continuing the current policy of managing First Nations misery

Understanding our dysfunctional relationship with nature

Complications begin when one group's interests and values conflict with another group's

Understanding our dysfunctional relationship with nature
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GRIGG: Complications begin when one group’s interests and values conflict with another group’s.

Father’s Day and popular poets

For my father, a gripping narrative engaging the imagination was what poetry was all about

Father’s Day and popular poets
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For my father, a gripping narrative engaging the imagination was what poetry was all about.

Capitalism’s fatal flaw

Economist Thomas Piketty's conclusions on inequality are blowing apart the ideological pillars of modern capitalism

Capitalism’s fatal flaw
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Economist Thomas Piketty’s conclusions on inequality are blowing apart the ideological pillars of modern capitalism.

The upcoming collapse of civilization

Exhibiting all of the historical characteristics of vulnerability

The upcoming collapse of civilization
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Exhibiting all of the historical characteristics of vulnerability.

Thatcher’s men

Her relationship with three men in her life proves she was more nuanced than her popular caricatures suggest

Thatcher’s men
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Her relationship with three men in her life proves she was more nuanced than her popular caricatures suggest.