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Keith Breene is a Senior Writer at Formative Content, and an experienced national journalist.
China’s economic power has grown at breakneck speed. Its ever-strengthening political might reflects that fact, as does an increase in its military muscle. But there are other, less obvio...
Watch 200,000 ants stream past without a single collision or moment of congestion and you see why researchers developing driverless cars wanted to learn from these insects.
The idea of the United States as a “shining city upon a hill” is most closely associated with President Ronald Reagan but has been used by politicians since the country’s earliest days.
Not long ago, liberal democracy was regarded by many as not just the best form of government, but the inevitable form of government. At the end of the Cold War, Francis Fukuyama famously ...
It’s easy to feel pessimistic about the health of the world’s population. Growing antibiotic resistance, the dramatic rise in obesity related diseases and problems associated with an agei...
An uninhabited Pacific island thousands of miles away from the nearest city has been named as the most plastic-polluted place on earth. The beaches of the World Heritage-listed Henderson ...
Global warming is the ultimate international problem. It doesn’t matter where you live, climate change is the most serious threat the planet faces today.
The last piece of summer sea-ice in the Arctic is expected to melt away in just 23 years, three decades earlier than previously expected.
It is, perhaps, the most pivotal moment in US/China relations since the so-called “ping-pong diplomacy” of the early 1970s.
Nine months after a small majority of the British people voted to leave the EU, the UK Government is triggering Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty - the official process by which a country e...