When heinous atrocities and human rights violations are committed, knowing the truth about what happened to the victims matters. In many conflicts raging around the world today, among them those… »
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The new Formula One season offers some reason for optimism. When the green lights flash for the opening race in Melbourne at the end of March, we will get our… »
Terrorist attacks are designed to intimidate and change behaviour. It should be no surprise then that we allow fear to be a great motivator when we plan trips abroad. News… »
Michel Foucault, who died more than 30 years ago, has something to tell us about Donald Trump. The French philosopher once delivered a famous lecture which sought to explain why… »
The latest service to be revolutionised by drones might not be package delivery or internet connections but the far more valuable service of pollination. Researchers in Japan have been exploring… »
A piece written by BU’s Professor Barry Richards was featured as a lead article on ‘The Conversation’ website. Entitled ‘A hymn confirms that the FA Cup final is a matter… »