ARTICLES

Inequality Matters

Forbes Online - 30.10.2014

There are two familiar responses to the problem of human need. Conservatives say that the problem is poverty, and the answer is to create wealth.

Forget Scotland - When will England have a Parliament of its Own?

Forbes Online - 15.9.2014

Whatever the result of the forthcoming referendum, the relations between England and Scotland will henceforth undergo a profound change.

Soul of the World

The Soul of the World is a defence of the sacred against today's fashionable forms of atheism. Our personal relationships, moral intuitions, and aesthetic judgments hint at a transcendent dimension that cannot be understood through the lens of science alone.

Why did British Police Ignore Pakistani Gangs Abusing 1,400 Children? Political Correctness

Forbes Online - 30.8.2014

A story of rampant child abuse—ignored and abetted by the police—is emerging out of the British town of Rotherham.

Renewing Culture

Forbes Online - 20.7.2014

The world-famous musician Lorin Maazel died on July 13th at his home in Castleton, Virginia. Maazel was a distinguished violinist and a great conductor with a profound feeling for the romantic and modern repertoire.

Why Iraq is a Write-Off

Forbes Online - 23.6.2014

In 1915 a couple of minor diplomats, the Englishman Sir Mark Sykes and the Frenchman François George-Picot, began negotiating to divide the Ottoman Empire, which had entered the Great War on the side of Germany.

Europe Against The European

Forbes Online - 3.6.2014

The recent elections to the European Parliament produced something more than the usual protest vote against the ruling Party in each country of the Union. Possibly for the first time they were about Europe, rather than the policies of its constituent nations.

Human Rights: Nonsense on Stilts?

Forbes Online  - 20.5.2014

Saudi Arabia, China and Vietnam have been appointed to the United Nations Council on Human Rights. All three countries forbid free speech and harshly punish criticism of the regime.

The Good of Government

In his first inaugural address, President Reagan announced that "government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem," and his remark struck a chord in the hearts of his conservative supporters.

Is Europe still defensible from invasion?

Forbes online - 5.04.2014

Events in Ukraine and the expansionist policies of President Putin naturally raise questions about the defense of Europe. Whatever Russian aims might be, there is no doubt that a heavily armed country with dwindling economic assets poses a threat, however theoretical, to an affluent neighbor with only tenuous means of defense.

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