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The Pandora Papers: How punishing tax cheats can serve as a deterrent

Tisha King, Dalhousie University Law-abiding taxpayers look on with disappointment and disdain as details about the illicit financial arrangements of the ultra-wealthy surface — again....

How photography can build peace and justice in war-torn communities

Pamina Firchow, Brandeis University; Tiffany Fairey, King's College London, and Yvette Selim, University of Technology Sydney It’s not easy...

From the White House to ancient Athens: Hypocrisy is no match...

Raman Sachdev, University of South Florida Donald Trump has spent a lot of time on golf courses during his presidency. That may come across as hypocritical...

The many stories of Diwali share a common theme of triumph...

Natasha Mikles, Texas State University As many Indian Americans celebrate the election of the first Black and South Asian woman, Kamala Harris, to the White...

Don’t blame cats for destroying wildlife – shaky logic is leading...

William S. Lynn, Clark University; Arian Wallach, University of Technology Sydney, and Francisco J. Santiago-Ávila, University of Wisconsin-Madison A number of conservationists claim cats are...

American youth don’t know much about the juvenile justice system

Tammy Chang, University of Michigan; Omar Ilyas, University of Michigan, and Vic Wiener, University of Tulsa Young people in the U.S. who end up in...

Not all Americans have a fair path to a good death...

Jason Ashe, University of Maryland, Baltimore County and Danielle L. Beatty Moody, University of Maryland, Baltimore County What does it mean to “die well”? The world...

How should we judge people for their past moral failings?

Andrew Khoury, Arizona State University The recent allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh have further divided the nation. Among the questions...

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