In an article first published on Religion News Service, MYAL GREENE, senior vice president of international programs with US-based humanitarian organisation World Relief, looks at the key role countering misinformation plays in combatting outbreaks like the coronavirus pandemic...

In an article first published on The Conversation, CHRISTOPHER NEWMAN, professor of space law and policy at Northumbria University, Newcastle, examines the issues around the Artemis Accords...

In an article first published on The Conversation, CERI HUGHES, of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, examines US President Donald Trump's use of religious language compared to previous presidents...

In an article first published on Religion News Service, Rev Jennifer Butler, CEO of Faith in Public Life, says Christians have an important duty in the upcoming US election - preventing violence against people regarded as political adversaries...

JONATHAN MERRITT, in an article first published on Religion News Service, looks at how US churches are addressing the issue of declining giving among congregations...

US Catholic commentator THOMAS REESE, in an article first published by Religion News Service, looks at the approach taken in a new Jesuit guide for voters in the lead-up to the US election which highlights the Ignatian values of "detachment, discernment and concern for the poor"...

KARA MARTIN, the author of 'Workship', takes a look at how the coronavirus has impacted the way we work - now and in the future - and implications for Christian organisations...

In an article first published on The Conversation, UK-based researcher SUSANNE JASPARS argues that the World Food Programme, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, "cannot become a substitute for political action to address the causes of conflict or for prosecuting crimes of mass starvation"...

In an article first published on Religion News Service, JOHN GEHRING, Catholic program director at Faith in Public Life Action, says the hearings over the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the US Supreme Court "are only one skirmish in a broader fight for the Catholic political soul"...

RUSSELL P JOHNSON, a teaching fellow at the University of Chicago Divinity School, explains why it's wrong to confuse "the memorialisation of victims with the commendation of heroes"...

In an article first published on The Conversation, KATRINA BURGESS, a US-based scholar of Mexican migration, says she watched the pandemic create new hardships for immigrants while giving the Trump administration leeway to impose further restrictions on the rights of migrants and asylum-seekers...

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