Baranyai: Why are words with power to heal so hard to say?
Why is it so hard to apologize? Amid recent wall-to-wall coverage of two very different, very public apologies, the question resonates: Why are words with so much power to heal, so difficult to offer? In one corner, the actor who once played Muhammad Ali apologized for his pugnacious response to presenter Chris Rock, not at […]
Cornies: Defence of facts – and all that flows from them – rests with each of us
Nobel Peace Prize laureate Maria Ressa has more than just a passing interest in the outcome of Monday’s presidential election in the Philippines.
Rowe-McCulloch: Ukrainian civilians likely to bear brunt of invasion
Past wars show violence against civilians is usually worse when enemy troops arrive and retreat
Dyer: Mini killer drones a political assassin’s dream
Some lucky boys and girls are going to find micro-suicide drones in their stockings this Christmas! Order now!
Pearson: Don’t wait for certainty to act on world crises
Surveys from across Europe and North America reveal that most respondents feel the world is entering a darker era.
Gow: Addressing the Mastodon in the room
Touted as a Twitter alternative, it requires users to think differently about social media