Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Right Way to Die? by Nina Schmidt

Terminal sedation, euthanasia, assisted suicide – the English language offers many circumscriptions for one big issue that is being debated all over Europe. The discussion was reignited most recently by Belgian plans to make assisted dying a possible option for … Continue reading

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‘When Will They Learn?’ by Alun Thomas

Each new year comes with old arguments, newly packaged. 2014 is the centenary of the First World War and a chance for this conflict, often overlooked in favour of World War Two, to receive more of the attention it still … Continue reading

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