Global Geopolitics

It is not evident how the new bill will safeguard farmers against animal rights activists

In response to latest demonstrations by animal rights activists in Australia, the Morrison government has implemented fresh legislation. The bill,…

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Why the Ebola crisis is a worldwide concern

In mid-July the WHO declared the Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) a Public Health Emergency of International…

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Why the Hospitality boom is facing a backlash

Japan’s Nanzoin Temple is famous for its huge statue of a reclining Buddha. Its custodians are less laidback about the…

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China as an AI front runner: what do we need to know?

Chinese President Xi is determined to bring the power of artificial intelligence into Chinese people’s daily lives and work to…

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Technology and refugee communities

In Lebanon, around 350,000 Syrian refugees don’t have access to enough safe and nutritious food. To stem the crisis, the World Food…

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What are the most competitive nations in the world?

On May 28, the IMD World Competitiveness Center launched the 2019 rankings. Singapore ranked as the world’s most competitive economy…

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Alan Turing will feature in £50 notes of Britain.

James Watt, whose steam engines powered the Industrial Revolution, and his business partner Matthew Boulton are currently featuring on the…

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Eight ways to halt a global food crisis

There are serious challenges to global food supply everywhere we look. Intensive use of fertilisers in the US Midwest is…

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Does the G20 summit really make a difference? World leaders reckon it does

“The secret to success is sincerity. Learn to fake that, and you’ve got it made.” So goes an old gag.…

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EU-Japan trade deal comes into force to create world’s biggest trade zone

A new trrade agreement drastically reduces tariffs between the EU and Japan, paving the way for simpler and faster trade…

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