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Author Index - John Martin

John Martin is the Associate Editor of Triple Helix

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Supporting Refugee Doctors - Real Opportunities for Christians (triple helix - autumn 2001)

It's all too easy to write off asylum seekers as scroungers or economic opportunists. Among the asylum seekers who find themselves in Britain are highly qualified professionals, many of whom possess experience and skills that could be put to good use. Included among them are a surprisingly large number of...

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Go to the ant (triple helix - summer 2001)

It was early May, the traditional time for drilling wheat in our part of Australia. As the days passed everyone was getting noticeably more worried. Every time he'd go out Dad would cast an anxious eye heavenwards, but the skies remained monotonously clear as they'd done for the last four...

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Aiding Africa - Antiretroviral drugs are important, but not enough (triple helix - summer 2001)

AIDS is a huge problem in Africa and at one time some expressed fears that it would not only wipe out a huge proportion of the population, but all healthcare provision as well. Viewed in that light it's hard for Westerners to understand the government of South Africa. At times...

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While Europe Slept - History's clock turns full circle (triple helix - summer 2001)

The holocaust and the horrific 1939-45 World War had small beginnings. The Nazis talked such absurdities that few thoughtful people took them seriously. Common wisdom reasoned that the Nazis could serve a useful purpose: let them take out the Communists and then we'll take care of them. But while Europe...

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Refined by Fire (triple helix - summer 2000)

One of my favourite childhood memories was waiting for goods trains to pass the level crossing a few miles down the dusty road from our farm in inland Australia. Most of the cargo, on its way to the coast from the remote mining town of Broken Hill, was raw silver,...

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God is an Artist (triple helix - spring 2000)

Most people who know London know about Cleopatra's Needle. It's an ancient Egyptian obelisk that stands proud on Westminster embankment, a massive but carefully fashioned shaft of granite, on which an ancient potentate proclaims his great deeds. Now if you visit historic Luxor in Egypt, you may stumble on a weathered,...

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The Church and the homosexual (triple helix - winter 1999)

A series of recent events seems to suggest that public opinion in the Western world is moving inexorably in favour of tolerance of homosexuality. In France in October, the National Assembly and Senate approved partnership contracts giving a new legal status to cohabiting non-married couples - heterosexual or homosexual. Non-sexual...

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To strike or not to strike? (triple helix - autumn 1999)

A recent British Medical Association survey of junior doctors found that 95% would back industrial action, short of going on strike. This industrial action might include work to rule, refusal to carry out administrative duties, refusal to participate in waiting list initiatives and refusal to act as porters. The core problem...

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Editorial:The fear of death. (triple helix - summer 1999)

Friendly critics of Triple Helix are apt to chide us that we give too much space to the debate about euthanasia. 'Healthcare bristles with issues for discussion and debate', they say. 'Why give this one so much space?' Our first response, always, is that euthanasia is a 'defining issue'. If the...

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Editorial: 'Frankenstein foods' (triple helix - spring 1999)

These perhaps obscure Old Testament words carry a contemporary resonance. Public debate about genetically modified food rages. The spectre of 'Frankenstein foods' stalks the popular imagination, the latest episode being fears about how far pollen from trials of GM crops can travel and what it might affect. So did the authors...

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