Thirty-five years after writing The Handmaid's Tale, the Canadian author is set to release its sequel. Once again, she has been inspired by "the world we've been living in".
What are the social and educational barriers holding women back from equality?
According to the facts, the world isn't actually as bad as we think.
What do we need to do to make sure we steer extraordinary developments in robotics in the right direction to avoid a dystopian future?
What hope is there for racial equality in Australia and the United States?
How did democracy come to be defined as selfish individualism?