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The sheer complexity of climate change stops most solutions in their tracks. That’s why humanity’s last best hope is the young science of complex systems. Roland…

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Let’s start with Stalingrad. If you read Anthony Beevor’s book about the turning point of World War II, the impression is one of senseless waste….

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My five-year-old son asked me if coronavirus has gone away, I told him no, it’s on holiday in America. The daily number of recorded new…

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Biloxi, a town in Mississippi, is not on many people’s tourist trail. For reasons I won’t go into, I happened to be passing through many…

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The Franco-Russian dialogue “of trust and security”, as the Elysée Palace calls it, was relaunched on 26 June by a video-conference summit between Vladimir Putin…

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The global fallout from the horrendous murder of George Floyd in May this year, evolved in a peculiarly British direction once it hit these shores…

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In the week that the banks failed – that strange week in October 2008, where everything seemed to be unravelling – I ventured into the…

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This post was taken from the newsletter of the Sensible Centre in Australia… A spate of magazine stories have appeared in the past month predicting…

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The Labour Party has a major opportunity to frame a dynamic policy narrative for the next election. It is often said that oppositions do not…

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