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How the public loses out when politicians cash in

How the public loses out when politicians cash in

Three months after Russia launched its second war against Ukraine in a decade, former German Chancellor Gerhard Schr?der finally resigned from his post as chair of the board of directors of Rosneft, the Russian state-owned oil conglomerate. Yet while Schr?der had held this post since 2017, his entan

Fed, inflation and war: EMs brace for more pain as risks mount

Fed, inflation and war: EMs brace for more pain as risks mount

Emerging markets (EMs) have for long been at pains to contain the financial turmoil that struck them amid the US Federal Reserve’s focus on tightening the financial conditions.

Taking wonder out of autism

Taking wonder out of autism

Autism is the world’s fastest growing developmental disability, many people who are not directly impacted with a child or family member diagnosed probably do not understand autism, how those with autism can improve, and what they can do to help them or the families.

Global hunger crisis is here

Global hunger crisis is here

Global food prices are soaring. The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation’s Food Price Index – which covers a basket of basic food commodities (cereals, meat, dairy, vegetable oils, and sugar) – reached an all-time high of 159.7 in March, up from 141.1 the previous month.

Qatar and UK — a distinguished relationship, model of friendship

Qatar and UK — a distinguished relationship, model of friendship

His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani began a working visit to the United Kingdom yesterday, within the framework of strengthening the bonds of friendship and strategic co-operation between the two countries.

Webb and the aim to cut through the web of mysteries

Webb and the aim to cut through the web of mysteries

As the James Webb Space Telescope - the world’s largest, most powerful, and most complex space science telescope ever built - moves through the final phases of commissioning its science instruments, Nasa has also begun working on technical operations of the observatory.

The invasion stemmed from a massive deterrence failure

The invasion stemmed from a massive deterrence failure

As Nato military chiefs meet in Brussels to discuss the war in Ukraine, the other issue on their minds is the alliance’s forthcoming Strategic Concept, which will shape its priorities for years to come.

Qatar and Germany spur clean, affordable energy, facilitate its transition

Qatar and Germany spur clean, affordable energy, facilitate its transition

The agreement signed between Qatar and Germany on energy partnership on Friday is in line with the country’s commitment to the responsible production of clean and affordable energy to facilitate energy transition.

Cracks in democracy’s economic foundation

Cracks in democracy’s economic foundation

Interview with author Daron Acemoglu, Professor of Economics at MIT

A naval corridor for Ukraine cargo ships? Easier said than done

A naval corridor for Ukraine cargo ships? Easier said than done

Fears over global food shortages as the Ukraine war grinds on is spurring calls for a safe corridor for ships to exit the Black Sea, but the logistics are daunting and would need Russian co-operation.

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