‘The Cheapest Thing in Libya These Days is a Life’
By: Asel Alaghori It was early morning during my first week of high school in Libya, and I was allRead more.
World Economy Lurches from Uneven Recovery to Synchronized Slowdown
Eswar Prasad In collaboration with the Financial Times (FT), Eswar Prasad of Brookings and Ethan Wu of Cornell have constructed aRead more.
Brexit Endgame: British Parliament Faces Naked Protestors, a Leaky Roof and another Extension
Amanda Sloat A week before the new Brexit deadline of April 12, there is still no deal. After the BritishRead more.
Green money without inflation
Polly Toynbee, Columnist for the Guardian Funding an ecological transition in Europe via ‘green money’ bonds would be economically justifiable. ToRead more.
The new spirit of postcapitalism
Paul Mason Capitalism emerged in the interstices of feudalism and Paul Mason finds a prefiguring of postcapitalism in the lifeworldRead more.
Israeli elections primer: Final polls and what they mean
Natan Sachs – Director – Center for Middle East Policy Israelis head to the polls on Tuesday to elect theRead more.
Facebook Wants a Faux Regulator for Internet Speech. It Won’t Happen.
Sarah Jeong, The New York Time In an opinion article published last weekend, Facebook’s chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, said heRead more.
Speech by H.E. Mevlüt Çavu?o?lu, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Turkey,
At the UN General Assembly Meeting to Condemn the Terrorist Attacks in New Zealand, 2 April 2019, New York Mr.Read more.
Pay Taxation, Buy Civilization
By Wayne Swan You say that the impact of taxation avoidance is much harsher in the developing world than, let’sRead more.
Striking the Right Balance: Creating Jobs in a Fast-changing Middle East Business Landscape
Omar Fahoum – CEO, Deloitte Middle East With the technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution raising expectations of efficiency andRead more.
BEYOND THE HORIZON: PM Eila Actions are Good but not Based on a Holistic Comprehensive Strategy for Radical Reforms
Alula Berhe Missing Strategy PM Mohamed Tahir Eila must be commended for some of the quick actions taken to addressRead more.
An African Perspective on Corruption
By: John Githongo, CEO of Inuka Kenya Ni Sisi Ltd Sebolu is the Sotho word for a ‘spoilt thing’. ItRead more.