Analysis: The Iran-Iraq War's Legacy10/05/15
How far is the Middle East today defined by the legacy of the Iran-Iraq war?
Analysis: Can We Learn to Live with Nuclear Power?
Fukushima made many people oppose nuclear power. What it would take to change their minds?
Analysis: Syria: Inside the Opposition 28 Oct 2013
Syria's opposition movements comprise a diverse range of political and armed groups. Edward Stourton investigates the alternatives to President Assad.
Analysis: Quantitative Easing: Miracle Cure or Dangerous...
Could Quantitative Easing create a bigger financial crisis than the one it was supposed to avert? Sunday Telegraph economic commentator Liam Halligan argues that it could.
Analysis: What are Charities For? 14 Oct 2013
Charities have been drawn into the world of outsourced service provision, with the state as their biggest customer. Fran Abrams asks if this threatens their philanthropic roots.
Analysis: Edward Snowden: Leaker, Saviour, Traitor, Spy? 7...
David Aaronovitch asks if the recent publication of government secrets reveals the weakness - not strength - of the state as the libertarian right and liberal left join forces.
Analysis: The Rule of Law v The Rule of Man 22 July 2013
With huge concern over tax avoidance, tax officials are the latest to be given increased discretion. Philosopher Jamie Whyte asks: is the Rule of Man undermining the Rule of Law?
Analysis: They're Coming For Your Money 08 July 2013
Paul Johnson of the Institute for Fiscal Studies argues that taxes look set to rise despite further spending cuts, and finds out which ones are likeliest to go up and who will pay.
Analysis: Is Labour abandoning the State? 27 May 2013
Mukul Devichand hears from leading Labour Party figures who want a radical new welfare settlement, saying the state itself is to blame for society's ills as much as the market.
Analysis: Nudge theory in practice 25 March 2013
Governments should incentivise rather than force citizens to behave better, according to the book "Nudge". Author Cass Sunstein explains how governments have adopted his theories.
Analysis: Who decides if I'm a woman? 18 Mar 2013
A spat between feminist Suzanne Moore and transgender rights activists played out on social networking sites, and then hit the headlines when journalist Julie Burchill joined in too. Jo Fidgen explores the underlying ideas which cause so much tension...
Analysis: Three Score Years and Twenty 11 Mar 2013
As more and more people look forward to ever longer life, Chris Bowlby examines what it's like to grow old in Britain and what we can learn from other countries.
Analysis: Islamists International 04 Mar 2013
The Muslim Brotherhood's influence extends far beyond its Egyptian base. Christopher de Bellaigue investigates a network which stretches from North Africa to Indonesia.
Analysis: Vulgar Keynesians 25 Feb 2013
Radical American critics of the left's current thinking on the economy outline their critique to Tim Finch. Is it time for a rethink on the British left too?
Analysis: Making the best of a bad job 18 Feb 2013
David Goodhart considers whether the declining status of basic jobs can be halted and even reversed. Successive governments have prioritised widening access to higher education to try to drive social mobility, without giving much thought to the impact...
Analysis: Crative Destruction 11 Feb 2013
As high street names close for good, Analysis asks if such failures are necessary for future growth. Or is "creative destruction" a comforting delusion, not a saving grace?
Analysis: A Scottish Pound? 28 Jan 2013
The cash question facing an independent Scotland. Chris Bowlby discovers the key role of currency in debate about the UK's political future.
Analysis: Just Deserts 21 Jan 2013
Workers once won the fight for rewards at work, now executives dominate. Michael Blastland asks how bosses have become so powerful and if workers - and investors - can fight back.
Analysis: Green shoots of the Arab Spring 12 Nov 2012
Are Egyptians questioning authority more as a result of the Arab Spring? Christopher de Bellaigue investigates for Analysis.
Analysis: Left turn to Catholic Social Teaching 05 Nov 2012
As leading opposition politicians with no prospect of more money to spend in Government look for new ideas, as bankers and business people seek to address growing public distrust, both are turning to a surprising source of inspiration. Catholic Social...
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