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Young Indian farmers are turning to an ancient crop to fight water stress and climate change

Young Indian farmers are turning to an ancient crop to fight water stress and climate change Thana Ram / shutterstock Shruti Bhogal, University of Cambridge; Adam S. Green, University of Cambridge; Cameron Andrew Petrie, University of Cambridge, and Sandeep Dixit, University of Cambridge India is facing a water and food crisis, exacerbated by extreme climate cycles such as the current heatwave …

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Finland and Sweden’s desire to join Nato shows Putin has permanently redrawn the map of Europe

Stefan Wolff, University of Birmingham With Finland’s leaders announcing they want the country to join Nato, and all the signs pointing to Sweden doing the same, it is becoming clearer than ever that Vladimir Putin’s attempt to fundamentally restructure the European security order has worked. But it hasn’t worked the way the Russian president envisaged when it comes to Nato-Russia …

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Comprendre la notion de « limites planétaires »

Natacha Gondran, Mines Saint-Etienne – Institut Mines-Télécom and Aurélien Boutaud, Mines Saint-Etienne – Institut Mines-Télécom Quand un athlète approche de trop près les limites de son corps, il arrive souvent que ce dernier réagisse par une blessure qui le contraint alors au repos. Quel sportif ayant poussé trop loin ses capacités ne s’est fait rappeler à l’ordre par un claquage, …

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Lessons for Ukraine from the Rohingya crisis: even sympathetic communities can lose their enthusiasm for hosting refugees

Palash Kamruzzaman, University of South Wales and Bulbul Siddiqi, North South University Countries in Europe have opened their borders and homes to Ukrainians fleeing Russian aggression. Of course, Ukrainians are far from the first group of refugees to need shelter and welcome from host countries. Refugees are vulnerable people who, because of limited opportunities in refugee camps, can be exposed …

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Ukraine war: Russia’s new military hardware looked good on parade, but are less impressive in the field

Frank Ledwidge, University of Portsmouth Every year, the May 9 Victory Day parade in Moscow showcases the latest in Russian weapons systems – and this year’s, of course, had special meaning. The weaponry looked good on the parade ground – but how well are Russia’s high-tech weapons performing on the battlefield? As always in Russia’s Victory day parade, tanks and …

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Complex post-traumatic stress disorder explained

Carolina Campodonico, University of Central Lancashire Stephanie Foo, an award-winning radio producer, suffers from complex post-traumatic stress disorder, a disorder that in her country (the US) “doesn’t officially exist”. In her new book, What My Bones Know, Foo writes movingly about what it’s like to live with complex PTSD and her long journey to getting a diagnosis. Earlier this year, …

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Bien apprendre l’anglais nécessite un entraînement intensif

Evelyne Muller, Université de Lorraine Comment apprend-on une langue étrangère ? Pour la plupart des gens, cela passe par l’apprentissage fastidieux de règles de grammaire, la mémorisation de vocabulaire, des mots bafouillés parfois avec gêne ou, pour les plus jeunes, le visionnage de séries à la chaîne et l’usage d’applis ludiques. Beaucoup de temps et d’énergie y sont consacrés, mais parfois …

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Are you a bully without even knowing it? Here’s how to tell

Ollyy/Shutterstock Chantal Gautier, University of Westminster From the playground to parliament, bullying exists everywhere. In fact, a recent report into bullying in the UK’s parliament revealed just how serious this problem is, urging behavioural change among MPs. But why is bullying so widespread and difficult to tackle? Part of the problem is that bullies sometimes don’t even realise that they …

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