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Breathing new life into medical oxygen

Breathing new life into medical oxygen

Covid-19 has taken at least 18 million lives, and it is anyone’s guess how many of those deaths were due to a lack of medical oxygen. Governments don’t want to talk about the issue, because that could mean admitting that thousands – or even hundreds of thousands – of their citizens died unnecessaril

Why Twitter has ignored Elon Musk’s ‘trolling’

Why Twitter has ignored Elon Musk’s ‘trolling’

A unilateral pronouncement that the acquisition of Twitter Inc is “on hold”. Fierce criticism of the social media company’s handling of spam accounts. An unflattering emoji directed at Twitter’s chief executive, Parag Agrawal.

The end of Europe’s clean-energy preaching

The end of Europe’s clean-energy preaching

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s war against Ukraine has served Europe a heaping dose of energy realism. While the European Union was touting a “no pain, all gain” transition to renewable energy, many of its industries – particularly in Germany – had developed a debilitating dependence on cheap Ru

Switzerland leans closer to Nato in response to Russia

Switzerland leans closer to Nato in response to Russia

Switzerland’s fabled neutral status is about to face its biggest test in decades, with the defence ministry tilting closer to Western military powers in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Trudeau foe attacks Bank of Canada in party leadership bid

Trudeau foe attacks Bank of Canada in party leadership bid

The front-runner to head Canada’s Conservatives and likely challenger to Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is staging a rare series of attacks on the central bank as inflation soars, in a strategy to win party leadership that could hurt his chances in a general election.

Historic Qatar-Spain ties get further boost with Amir’s visit

Historic Qatar-Spain ties get further boost with Amir’s visit

His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani is on a state visit to the friendly Kingdom of Spain as part of a European tour.

Qatar, Slovenia: identical visions, a promising future

Qatar, Slovenia: identical visions, a promising future

His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani arrived in the capital Ljubljana yesterday on an official visit to the friendly Republic of Slovenia, the first leg of a European tour.

Global warming shows alarming surge but world sitting smug

Global warming shows alarming surge but world sitting smug

Unprecedented floods and landslides in South Africa and a blistering heatwave across India and Pakistan are just a few examples of the devastating impacts of global warming.

Rising inflation puts  spoke on global  growth wheel

Rising inflation puts spoke on global growth wheel

Inflation in most countries has soared to multi-year highs, driven by a rebound in economic activity and a further straining of rampant supply chain disruptions.

Who makes the rules in the age of unpeace?

Who makes the rules in the age of unpeace?

Interview with author Mark Leonard, Director of the European Council on Foreign Relations

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