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Column: Foreign Intel — Salvo #32
Society: Islam

French Lessons

Is Blasphemy Against Free Speech Worth Dying For?

by Michael Cook

Column: Foreign Intel — Salvo #30
Society: Media

Bad Habits

How Not to Read the News

by Michael Cook

Department: Allied Front — Salvo #23
Society: Philosophy

Mercatornet

Navigating Modern Complexities

by Michael Cook

Column: Foreign Intel — Salvo #20
Society: Euthanasia

Dutch Treatment

A Eureka Moment for Holland's Medical Ethics

by Michael Cook

Column: Foreign Intel — Salvo #16
Society: Abortion

Death in Bangkok

Opposition to Abortion Is Not Just a Judeo-Christian Thing

by Michael Cook

Column: Foreign Intel — Salvo #14
Science: Bioethics

The Nordic Trick

The 2010 Nobel Prize for Medical Inventions

by Michael Cook

Column: Foreign Intel — Salvo #11
Science: Bioethics

China Bound

The Junk Science Behind Its One-Child Policy

by Michael Cook

Column: Foreign Intel — Salvo #8
Society: Civilization

Night & Day

Why Are These Two Indigenous Towns Down Under Really Worlds Apart?

by Michael Cook

Column: Foreign Intel — Salvo #7
Science: Bioethics

Oxymorons

Today's Bioethicists Are the Furthest Thing from Ethical

by Michael Cook

Special Forces: Foreign Intel — Salvo #6
Society: Civilization

Yodelay Cuckoo!

The Swiss Go Crazy—Literally—Over "Dignity"

by Michael Cook

Column — Salvo #5
Society: Civiliation

Weighty Problems

There's a Limit to the Number of Issues That We Can Panic Over

by Michael Cook

Special Forces: Foreign Intel — Salvo #4
Science: Bioethics

Soft Cell

How Scientists Are Easing Away Opposition to Animal-Human Hybrids

by Michael Cook

Column: Foreign Intel — Salvo #1
Society: Euthanasia

Euthanasia Back In the News

Dr. Phillip Nitschke and the Reinvention of Assisted Suicide

by Michael Cook

Archive — Salvo #0
Society: Academia

The Death of Theory

For 25 years or more, the humanities have been in thrall to postmodern theory. Now its empire seems to be breaking up.

by Michael Cook

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