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Greek Tragedy

It looked increasingly likely, last week, that Greece would exit the euro. Are we looking in the wrong place for a solution to the crisis?
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Suicidal Societies

Is there a difference between Yemeni and Syrian suicide bombers and Tibetan self-immolators?
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Elections, Islamophobia and Austerity

Elections take place across Europe this weekend, against a backdrop of austerity, Islamophobia and falling Governments. How do we respond?
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Blood on the Tracks

There is "blood on the tracks" of yesterday's Bahrain grand prix, according to George Galloway. But what is the ethical basis for this judgement?
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The Faith of the Faithless

Anders Breivik, who killed 77 people in Norway last July, described himself this week as a "militant Christian". How can we respond non-violently to increasing religiously justified violence?
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Buddhism and the Budget

Ed Milliband said this week's budget marked the end of the Government's claim that "we are all in it together". What, from a Buddhist viewpoint, is the problem with increasing inequality?
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Waste, Faith and the State

Do more than £600M in landfill tax concessions disproportionately favour the Church? Journal East investigates.
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