Formula Woman is the new F1

The high-speed, high-budget and high-excitement world of Formula One has long been the domain of the boys, but now a new challenge beckons…

How to be a music journalist

A rising reporter offers newcomers practical advice based on his own experience of the long, hard road into the music press.

Euro 2004: Sven's finest hour?

The domestic season is drawing to a close and the shadow of Euro 2004 is once again looming large over the football landscape…

Tired of sex? Tell me about it!

In a world drenched with the desires of the sex-starved and satiated, one reporter decides she's had her fill…

Vying for peace in Brazil's real-life City of God

A special report from the centre of Rio's ongoing drugs feud as police forces battle to stop all-out war.

Armenians struggle to find a foothold

For visitors to post-Soviet Armenia, first impressions of its capital resemble any other place in Europe, but travel just minutes from the centre and you enter another world…

US Election: Ralph Nader is not the enemy

US voters have a bad case of "misdirected thinking" when it comes to positioning presidential candidates along the political spectrum, writes Alexander Hay.

Western work will return if East is overused

If demand for Indian IT workers leads to a drop in service quality, many businesses - already under attack for fuelling job losses - may be forced to close operations there.

Rio kids caught in drugs war crossfire

Parents at an upmarket school in Rio's embattled Rochinha district want its owners to relocate so their children are not killed in the raging drugs war that surrounds it.

School's out in the land of Confucian

A reporter journeys to the cradle of Chinese civilisation - the hometown of the celebrated thinker, philosopher and educator, Confucius - to sample how his legacy lives on.

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