Past Questions for Culture and Society


June 20, 2006

What's the lesson of the World Cup's success? Should FIFA replace the UN? Is there a foreign-affairs equivalent for Ronaldinho?


August 15, 2006

What one book would you suggest to summer readers and why?


September 15, 2006

Let's move off politics this week. What are people talking about in your part of the world in the realm of business, culture, or society? And what does it tell us?


September 19, 2006

From where you write, was the apology enough? What should Christians and Muslims be talking about now?


October 21, 2006

What story, event or trend has been most striking in your part of the world this week. Why? Does it have any significance beyond your borders?


October 27, 2006

Should homosexuals be allowed to marry?


November 20, 2006

What are people talking about in your part of the world in the realm of business, culture, or society?


December 4, 2006

The Pope says Turkey should be part of the European Union. Is he right?


December 22, 2006

What is your favorite proverb or saying from where you live that you would want to share with the world? What does your proverb tell us about today?


January 3, 2007

Give us an unexpected new year's prediction.


January 8, 2007

Write an open letter to the new UN Secretary General.


February 28, 2007

Are girls overly sexualized where you live? How important is being light-skinned or slim? What should be done about it?


March 14, 2007

Are leftist regimes on the rise where you live? Are you witnessing a backlash against globalization? If so, is it justified and what should be done about it?

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