Global
Joe Beadle
December 2017
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Soundmakers and storytellers: an interview with Elena Moon Park
The power of music to dissolve barriers and empower intercultural exchange.
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La Vida Pura
Pura Vida is much more than just a saying: for the Ticos, it is a way of life.
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Through the Eyes of Catalonia
Find out about the identity behind the region making all today's headlines...
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January 2017
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Why Altruism is the Way to Go
Altruism: a selfless concern for the well-being of others. Could this be the key to saving our world?
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Misconceptions of the Middle East
One of the most misunderstood regions of the world today, Ink debunks the myths shrouding the Middle-East.
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Human Rights in Trump’s New World
In Trump's new world, what is to become of human rights as we know them today?
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November 2016
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A Non-Surfer's Guide to Cornwall
Think Cornwall is only for surfing fanatics? Think again
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The Battle of the Somme: 100 Years On
100 years later, we reflect on the battle that changed the world forever
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DofE Survival Tips
Learn how to survive your DofE expedition from our resident gold-medallist
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Issue 11
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Queen of the World
We Brits may know her for her corgis, but the world knows her for much more than that...
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The Roots of the Rasta Movement
Three little birds pitch by my doorstep... What is the truth behind Bob Marley's words?
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The Languishing Languages of the Channel Islands
You may have heard of endangered species, but what about endangered languages?
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Issue 10
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Can You Avoid Destroying the World?
Open your eyes to the exploitation and corruption of your most famous and favourite corporations.
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Is It Hot in Here?
The real question is not if we can cope with some different weather here and there, but if we will actually be able to survive with the ever-changing ecosystem worldwide.
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Issue 9
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How David Bowie Changed The World
Pop superstar or private genius? Who was the real David Bowie, and what was his influence?
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The City of Gold
Building something half a mile into the sky does not happen easily overnight. How does Dubai build its famous skyscrapers?
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Sierra Leone, Ebola Free?
Ebola has been found to survive for up to several weeks outside of a host. Is Sierra Leone really Ebola free?
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Live The Adventure
Approaching his 1000th day of vlogging, Louis Cole has quickly grown into an internet sensation, with over 1.6 million subscribers and a total of more than 170 million views. Could you travel the world for a living?
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Issue 8
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Murder from on high: Death penalty in today's world
Remember that the crime is a tragedy for all involved, and a human life is just that, irrespective of what they are guilty of.
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Is Venice Sinking?
Hopefully a project will be put in place to save Venice from submerging under the sea, but who knows how long the floating city has left.
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Gun Control in America - The Debate Goes On!
How many times do we have to hear of another massacre by a lone gunman using a semi-automatic weapon in America?
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Are you ready for a Mega-Tsunami?
This event is inevitable, and when it does happen, the death toll will be millions, or even tens of millions.
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James Routledge 2016