A series of columns on our role in tackling the complicated economic, environmental and social challenges we face. It is a place to question, offer, share, explore, challenge, dissent, celebrate, reflect, learn and enjoy. The poet David Whyte asked: “What are the questions that have no right to go away?” At the end of World War II, a set of guidelines, the Nuremberg Principles, were created to determine what constitutes a war crime. One stands out: Principle IV – Superior Orders: “The fact that a person acted pursuant to order of his Government or of a superior does not relieve him...

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