Winter 2018 Winter 2018 What About Us? David Hulme Coming to grips with the reality of a world freighted with sorrow, betrayal and disappointment means confronting not only the failures of those we’ve trusted but also the part we play. Winter 2018 Africa’s Growth Story Daniel Tompsett Africa’s population boom makes it ripe for commercial exploitation, and foreign investors have been quick to spot the opportunity. How does Africa’s future look? Winter 2018 Hope Without Change Donald Winchester Politicians often promise change, yet they seldom deliver. Still, we keep hoping that next time will be different. It’s a vain hope, and here’s why. Winter 2018 Wasting Away Martin Coates The food we produce today could adequately feed the world, yet we throw it away by the tons. Not only do millions go hungry as a result, but our wastefulness has a direct environmental impact. Winter 2018 Humanity’s End Game David Hulme David Hulme interviews Australian science writer and author Julian Cribb about what it will take for the human race to make it through this century. Winter 2018 Bitcoin: Ill-Gotten Gains Daniel Tompsett With the world’s number-one virtual currency so much in the headlines and yet so little understood, it’s a good time to look at its origin, volatile price—and surprising environmental implications. Winter 2018 The Law, the Prophets and the Writings, Part 23 The Fall of Judah David Hulme When the kingdom of Judah fails to heed the final, dire warnings of the prophets, their fate is sealed.