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Words Around The World

While traditional publishing struggles, literary festivals have taken the international arts scene by storm. But who are they for, and how can they best balance the competing demands of art, politics and money? asks an author who has appeared at events from Glasgow to Gaza.

Lessons From JFK

In the year before his death in 1963, US President John F Kennedy helped save the world from nuclear catastrophe and delivered a remarkable series of speeches on peace, science and pushing the boundaries of human potential.

Why We Should Eat Our Genetically Modified Greens

Myths about the harmful effects of biotech “Franken-foods” multiply faster than the crops. In fact, innumerable studies have shown they are not only safe to eat but also better for the environment. The science is clear. It is time for the ill-informed hostility to stop.

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