Nonviolent protest could also prove effective in stopping hostilities in Ukraine.
China has suggested it could negotiate on behalf of the world with Russia, but what are the implications of that?
It may be soft power, but it still packs a punch.
Without action in the next five years, an extra 80 million tonnes of plastic may end up in the ocean by 2040.
Nato fears that an attempt to enforce a no-fly zone over Ukraine would inevitably escalate into war with Russia.
The site of the Babyn Yar memorial represents one of the worst atrocities of the second world war.
New research sheds light on why predators don’t evolve to become so aggressive that they eat all their prey – and then go extinct themselves.
Money is a far more effective way of helping the hundreds of thousands of refugees than sending food or clothing.
You ask a question, call for a particular action and express solidarity with the person who represents you in parliament.
Truth may be the first casualty of war, but knowledge and expertise is all the more important.
The European response to Ukrainian refugees shows a system working mostly as it should, but some people are still left behind.
The amount of microplastics in the environment is being significantly underestimated, research shows.
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The fear that SARS-CoV-2 will evolve in animals and then spread back to us in a more virulent form is unfounded.
Vladimir Putin’s popularity could come crumbling down if anti-war sentiment in Russia continues to grow.
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Despite confessing to the murder of his sister, Qandeel Baloch in 2016, Waseem Khan has been acquitted by the Lahore High Court. The case has shocked activists campaigning against honour killings.
Remote sensing satellites provide the crucial data that helps scientists model disasters so that they can work on predicting avalanche patterns in future.
Vacuum bombs, or thermobaric weapons, work in two stages.
Putin has clearly defined political objectives, but Russian military planners have not gone about them the right way.