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In mid-July, former US President Barack Obama used a speech in South Africa to implore the world to invest more in the education of Africa’s youth. A month later, UK Prime Mini... >>
When Lehman Brothers declared bankruptcy ten years ago, it suddenly became unclear who owed what to whom, who couldn’t pay their debts, and who would go down next. The result w... >>
Like any transformative trend, the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) poses both major opportunities and significant challenges. But the gravest risks may not be the ones most ofte... >>
After years of ill health, the news industry is finally showing signs of a modest recovery. According to the Digital News Report 2018 — the most comprehensive survey of digital... >>
For most of the world’s poor and vulnerable people, secure property rights, including land tenure, are a rarely accessible luxury. Unless this changes, the Sustainable Developm... >>
Next month, the Global Climate Action Summit — one of the largest international gatherings on climate change the world has seen — will be held in San Francisco. The event... >>
In the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis, some economists argued that the United States, and perhaps the global economy, was suffering from ‘secular stagnation’, an ... >>
Liberal revulsion at US President Donald Trump’s mendacious and rude politics has spilled over into a rigid defense of market-led globalization. To the liberal, free trade in g... >>
Before the Internet revolutionized how news was gathered and shared, journalists rarely had to worry about the threat of virtual violence. The main risks they faced were in the field... >>
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