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Timor, Cuba - and the making of a medical superpower

Every year Cuba, a Majority World country of only 10 million people, sends more than 30,000 volunteer medical workers to 93 countries around the world. Surgeon Katherine Edyvane recounts the little-told story from first-hand experience.

Things to do before I retire

Things to do before I retire… humble thoughts from the diary of GW Bush, as revealed by Stefan Simanowitz

FOK-U: the Façade Of Kindness & Understanding

A seminar in effective leadership (PR & spin) by Peter Greenwall

Global warming and the King’s Arms pub

Horatio Morpurgo supplies an environmental missing link.

Homeless in Delhi

Jeremy Seabrook ventures inside a night shelter in India’s capital city.

The triumph of triviality

Our culture’s tolerance for seriousness has never been lower, argues John F Schumaker.

Sir and Madam

Barry Langridge asks why India still depends on charities to rescue its children.

Feet and Mouths

Feet and mouths _ Britain’s food and farming crisis, as seen by Horatio Morpurgo.

Dead zone

John F Schumaker beards the dragon of American overconsumption.

Endless journey

Lily Hyde on the sad plight of migrants in Ukraine.

Filed in: Migration and Ukraine

This is our story

Oxfam’s John Magrath responds.

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