In an article first published on The Conversation, IAN HALL, of Australia's Griffith Asia Institute, looks at the background to this week's fatal clash on the Indian-Chinese border...

US Catholic commentator THOMAS REESE, in an article first published on Religion News Service, looks at how Catholic support for US President Donald Trump has been dented by his response to the coronavirus...

JIM WALLIS and ADAM TAYLOR, president and executive director, respectively, of Christian activist group Sojourners, reflect on their hopes for an "awakening and reckoning that makes radical transformation possible" in the US in the wake of the death of George Floyd and the role churches need to play...

Amid warnings over reintroducing congregational singing as churches reopen their doors, DONNA M COX, professor of music at Dayton University in the US, looks at, in an article first published on The Conversation, why group singing is such an important aspect of Christian life...

JOSEPH D'SOUZA, founder of Dignity Freedom Network - which advocates for and delivers humanitarian aid to the marginalised in South Asia, says what he's seen in the US in recent weeks has given him hope that India can "confront its past and present history of casteism"...

In an article first published on The Conversation, SOPHIE CAMPBELL, a PHD researcher at the University of Nottingham, wonders how the heritage sector in the UK will respond in light of the Black Lives Matter movement...

In an adapted excerpt from the book 'Uncommon Ground' ,  TRILLIA NEWBELL, director of community outreach for the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, recounts her experiences with racism and how Christians need to respond...

US writer and activist DL Mayfield looks at the danger of conspiracy theories...

Sojourners founder JIM WALLIS, in an article published on Religion News Service, says he's never seen more white people engage with issues of systemic racism, structural injustice and the violent policing and killing of black people in the US...

Rev AMY BUTLER, former senior minister of Riverside Church in New York City, says that in addressing issues like racism "it’s time to go beyond words to faithful action, as Jesus did"...

In an article first published on The Conversation, SUMIT GANGULY, of Indiana University, says he's not surprised that India's Dalits are among those worst affected by the coronavirus crisis in India given the caste system which still operates in the nation...

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