Peter Singer / May 20, 1999
An exchange between Peter Singer and Kenan Malik
Genetic science has opened a moral and political Pandora's box. Should insurance companies have access to genetic information? Is widespread revulsion at the prospect of human cloning justified, or...
History shows that partition and population exchange is often the least bad answer to ethnic conflict. Western reluctance to accept this fact prolonged the Bosnian war and could complicate the exodus...
How has the fate of a wretched patch of land come to determine the future of the Balkans, Nato and the world order? It is the place of an infernal cycle of revenge-ancient and modern
Following the world's favourite politician will not be easy. But with South Africa's problems mounting and the "African Renaissance" stalled, can Mbeki step out of Mandela's shadow?
Ian Buruma was drawn to the Wodehousean world of the Spectator, but its complacency proved to be too much
The historian Stella Tillyard has just read the entire collected works of Germaine Greer. She finds that Greer has been remarkably consistent over the years, even in her many inconsistencies.
The birth of analytic philosophy almost 100 years ago led to a profound split within western philosophy. But what actually distinguishes the continental and analytic traditions, and can we ever hope...
William Shakespeare was a towering genius. But his works do not constitute a secular Bible