As the world prepares to mark the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings, COLIN FLINT, of Utah State University, writing in an article first published on The Conversation, pays tribute to the role 'Mulberry Harbours' played in their success...

With the world about to mark the 50th anniversary of the first Moon landing, EVIE KENDAL, of Australia's Deakin University, looks at, i n an article first published on The Conversation,  some of the ethical questions around the Moon's future...

In an article first published on The Conversation, RANDY COVINGTON of the University of South Carolina, looks at how attacks on journalists are increasing around the world and in particular how Myanmar can be seen as a "case study of the tensions between authoritarian regimes and truth-seeking journalists".... 

In the wake of a UK report which found 80 per cent of religious persecution globally targets Christians, JOCELYN GOTO, host of Open Doors Australia's live podcast, writes of the faith she's encountered within the persecuted church...

In an article first published on The Conversation, SHARON PARKINSON, DEB BATTERHAM and MARGARET REYNOLDS, of Swinburne University of Technology, look at what their research into homelessness in Australia found...

US columnist THOMAS REESE, in an article first published on Religion News Service, argues in favour of improving US tax laws and the powers of the Internal Revenue Service to enforce them...

Jean Vanier, founder of L'Arche and Faith and Light - global organisations dedicated to providing a sense of community for people with intellectual disabilities, died on 7th May at the age of 90. Australian EILEEN GLASS, a former vice-international leader with L'Arche, writes about Vanier's impact locally...

In an article first published on The Conversation, NICHOLAS ALLEN, of Royal Holloway at the University of London, looks at what led to the resignation of the British Prime Minister last Friday...

Writing from London, MAL FLETCHER looks at how a decision by transport authorities in London raises questions over the future of privacy...

US Catholic commentator THOMAS REESE, in an article first published by Religion News Service, responds to calls for the abolition of the Catholic priesthood...

In an article first published on The Conversation, DAVID BRYNN HIBBERT, emeritus professor of analytical chemistry at   UNSW, explains the recent revision of measurement standards...

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