04 Jul 2019

4 Tips For Driving In San Diego

San Diego is certainly a beautiful place with plenty of great attractions, but even the

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04 Jul 2019

Winners And Losers In The US-China Trade War

Donald Trump’s presidency has been marked by a rise in protectionism. His “America First” policy

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03 Jul 2019

Japan & Singapore Ranked Most Powerful According To Henley & Partners Passport Index

Henley & Partners has released their updated 2019 rankings of passport rankings for countries in

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03 Jul 2019

At The G20, A Focus On Sideshow Diplomacy And Photo Opps, With Limited Material Gains

What a weekend it’s been: global leadership, diplomacy and theatrics, all at play on the

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02 Jul 2019

Why Millennials Need To Worry About Burnout

Author: Benjamin Lee We’ll be the first to admit it; millennials have it tough. To

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30 Jun 2019

Stressed & Depressed: How Can We Design Cities To Promote Mental Health

It is a known fact that almost half of the world’s population live in cities

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28 Jun 2019

The Cities With The Worst Traffic Congestion

Traffic congestion is a problem of almost every city. Too many cars on the streets

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28 Jun 2019

Knowing What Leads To Building Collapses Can Help Make African Cities Safer

It’s a sadly familiar image in several developing countries’ media reports: people frantically searching the

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27 Jun 2019

The Top 50 Smart Cities In The World 2019

The IESE Business School in Barcelona has released the data and rankings for the world’s

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27 Jun 2019

The Most Popular Sports In Turkey

Sports are popular in all countries, with many members of each population enjoying either taking

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27 Jun 2019

Class, Trump, Brexit, And The Decline Of The West

In politics, long-term socio-economic trends and global shifts matter more than often overstated ‘progressive’ discourses

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26 Jun 2019

How Japan’s Renewables-Powered Olympics Could Kick Off A Global Race For Clean Energy

Japan is aiming to host the first Olympic Games powered solely by renewable sources. If

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25 Jun 2019

Who Really Pays For American Students To Go To College?

Individually, Americans spend a lot on higher education. Most undergraduates finish with about $30,000 in

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23 Jun 2019

Violent Crime Is Like Infectious Disease – And We Know How To Stop It Spreading

Headlines scream about “epidemics” of shootings and stabbings – but what if we took that

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21 Jun 2019

The Top 10 Best Airlines In The World 2019

Skytrax has released the listing of best airlines in the world for 2019. The event

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21 Jun 2019

Top 10 Most Bicycle-Friendly Cities In The World 2019

Sometimes, we need a step back to move forward. Climate change, pollution, and congestion in

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20 Jun 2019

What If Most People Love Violence?

For decades, I’ve investigated and promoted nonviolent action as a means to help create a

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19 Jun 2019

Why It’s Easier For India To Get To Mars Than To Tackle Its Toilet Challenge

In 2013, India became the fourth country in the world (after Russia, the United States

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18 Jun 2019

If You Oppose Donald Trump, Please Don’t Hate Him

When we allow ourselves to fall victim to hatred, we are doing our opponents’ work

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18 Jun 2019

Top 10 Cities To Visit In South Africa

South Africa’s rich culture and tradition are highly underappreciated. The cities of South Africa offers

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17 Jun 2019

Why Hong Kong Matters

Could mainland China not seek eventual convergence towards a democratic system, respectful of the full

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16 Jun 2019

What Does The Trump Administration Want From Iran?

Two oil tankers were attacked on June 13 off the coast of Oman, forcing the

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16 Jun 2019

World’s Best Cities For Street Art

Today we take it for granted that we can open up Instagram and immediately be

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14 Jun 2019

How Technology Is Shaping Creative Activism In The 21st Century

Two decades into the 21st century, one would expect all manner of “new and innovative”

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12 Jun 2019

As more developing countries reject plastic waste exports, wealthy nations seek solutions at home

Less than two years after China banned most imports of scrap material from abroad, many

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11 Jun 2019

What Does It Take For Activists To Get Your Attention?

Activists are small players in the struggle for attention, which is controlled largely by advertisers.

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10 Jun 2019

Why The Nazis Studied American Race Laws For Inspiration

On 5 June 1934, about a year and half after Adolf Hitler became Chancellor of

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08 Jun 2019

US-China Trade War: Impact On Tech Companies

The ongoing US-China trade war is turning out to be really ugly for tech companies.

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08 Jun 2019

Five Reasons Why We Should Be Grateful To Donald Trump

People who are basically good sometimes cannot help doing evil. Conversely, an evil man cannot

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06 Jun 2019

D-Day 75 Years On: ‘Special Relationship’ Forged On The Beaches Of France Now Poised To Enter A New Era

In 1944 the blimps above London were barrage balloons – in 2019 the blimp above

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06 Jun 2019

The Military Power, Economics And Strategy That Led To D-Day

On June 6 1944, more than 150,000 Allied troops landed in Normandy. Their number rose

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06 Jun 2019

There’s More To Las Vegas Than Gambling

Las Vegas is an incredibly unique city. Whoever would have thought a casino paradise could

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06 Jun 2019

Trade War: What Is It & How Are We Affected?

A trade war is more than just getting companies like Huawei banned. Initiating a trade

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06 Jun 2019

The Top 10 Small Cities For Gamers In The U.S.

Fast internet. Gaming communities. Esports leagues. Tech jobs. These cities have it all. With the

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05 Jun 2019

How Repression Can Fuel A Movement

This text is adapted from “The Paradox of Repression and Nonviolent Movements,” edited by Lester

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04 Jun 2019

From China To Poland, Lessons From June 4, 1989

On the same day Poles celebrated the freedom to choose their own representatives, China’s political

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03 Jun 2019

Why Remember The Past? The Case Of Tiananmen

Most people know from daily experience that memories are vital for their sense of well-being.

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03 Jun 2019

‘World Heritage’ site selection is Eurocentric – and that shapes which historic places get love and money

The April 2019 fire that engulfed France’s Notre Dame Cathedral, in Paris, led to an

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30 May 2019

Why Modern Cities Are Going Green And Getting Rid Of Plastic

It has been making international headlines, cities around the world are adapting to living without

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30 May 2019

Data Collaboration For The Common Good

Powering the tremendous reshaping of the different sectors of the society brought upon by the

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29 May 2019

Shaping ASEAN’s Future Readiness

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is the fifth largest manufacturing economy of the

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29 May 2019

Cities Are Growing Insanely Fast: How Can We  Prepare

The world is going urban. More than half (55 per cent) of the global population

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28 May 2019

Explainer: What Is The World Economic Forum?

Each year, the World Economic Forum (WEF) gathers leaders to discuss various global issues. This

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27 May 2019

Business Growth And Start-Up Trends In The Middle East: What Should Young People Be Aware Of?

The Middle East is a growing market with huge potentials that no one is unaware

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24 May 2019

Smart Cities Aim To Make Urban Life More Efficient – But For Citizens’ Sake They Need To Slow Down

All over the world, governments, institutions and businesses are combining technologies for gathering data, enhancing

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24 May 2019

Can We Establish Forms Of Home Ownership That Promote Empathy And Solidarity?

There are few forms of consumption that match the depth of feeling brought to homeownership.

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23 May 2019

4 Tech Must-Haves for Extreme Weather Cities

Cities across the U.S. and Canada experienced bitter winter temps at the end of 2018

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22 May 2019

Civilisational Collapse Has A Bright Past – But A Dark Future

Is the collapse of a civilisation necessarily calamitous? The failure of the Egyptian Old Kingdom

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21 May 2019

Saudi Arabia Is Building Neom City, A Futuristic Green-Powered Megacity

Saudi Arabia recently announced a plan to build a megacity called Neom City, meaning “New

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21 May 2019

Stuck In Traffic? Productive Things You Can Do While In Your Car

For most people, congested traffic is a daily scenario when going to classes or to

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