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Queen Elizabeth II: a Reign that Saw the End of the British Empire in...

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By Roger Southall In the UK the Queen’s official title is: Elizabeth the Second, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain...
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What Makes a Genocide? How should we best understand the confounding connections between self-defence,...

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By Joseph Mazur  A word best-describing intent to destroy a national, ethnic, racial, or religious group now swerves its definition to attack the victim. The...
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Britain’s Top Firms Failing Black Leaders

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Green Park's Annual Business Leaders Index Records no Black Chairs, CEOs or CFOs at FTSE 100 Companies for first time in six years. Despite years...

Identifying key drivers to help transform African agriculture

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By Mills Soko The Green Revolution propelled India from a country plagued by famine and drought to the top wheat-producer in the world. It helped...

Addressing Social Sustainability Must be a Global Priority

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By Jonas Törnblom As an organisation responsible for developing and installing innovative systems that transport waste underground using vacuum technology, Envac has witnessed first-hand the...

How the COVID-19 Pandemic Impacted the Gig Economy Differently in the United States and...

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In ways big and small, we have all felt the impacts of COVID-19 on the global economy. We have lost loved ones, we have...

Climate Change: What It Means for Us, Our Children, and Our Grandchildren

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By J. F. C. DiMento, P. Doughman and S. Levesque Most of us are familiar with the terms climate change and global warming, but not...

The Tropical Oil Crops Revolution – A More Sustainable Future?

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By Derek Byerlee, Walter Falcon, and Rosamond Naylor The rise of soybeans and oil palm in the tropics has attracted massive private and state investments,...

Empowering Lives With Zakat: Why We Need More Transparency And Innovation

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By Namira Samir and Imad el Fadili A recent study by Sumner (2012) suggested that approximately 960 million people from 1.3 billion poor people in...

Brief Considerations on Sustainability and Justice

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By François Mancebo Sustainable development is our major challenge today. What is even more challenging is to achieve both sustainability and social justice. In this...

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