A trade war is more than just getting companies like Huawei banned. Initiating a trade
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The ascent of cities is real, though things may not be as rosy as some
The United States and India, two of the world’s largest and oldest democracies, are both
The global economy started 2018 with strong, synchronized growth. But as the year progressed, momentum
If you see police choking someone to death – such as Eric Garner, the 43-year-old
There’s no shortage of debate about the role tech has played in politics. From misinformation
In the late 2000s and early 2010s, the word ‘hope’ was ubiquitous in Western politics.
Millennials are confronted by political systems that don’t look like them, speak like them or
Few global issues have taken on more current importance than the future of the postwar,
Across Europe, fast-growing cities and city regions are increasingly confronted with urban violence from extremists
In a profound talk about technology and power, author and historian Yuval Noah Harari explains
Tokyo, London, New York, Paris, Manila. Few would think of Manila atop a list of
In 1975, the English author John Berger wrote about the political implications of immigration, at
When discussing climate change, it’s not about saving the planet. 195 countries just made a
I mean, seriously, haven’t we all pondered this at one time or another – or
50 years on, the three evils MLK talked about -racism, militarism and economic exploitation –
Forbes has published its annual list of the world’s 100 most powerful women. German Chancellor
The term “kingmaker” is used to describe a person of power and influence who plays
“The U.S. is now the most unpredictable actor in the world today.” As conflicts ignite
Our cities have now been named as the saving places of a planet in crisis.
Republicans should feel right at home in each of these conservative cities. Can’t bear the
In theory, statistics should help settle arguments. They ought to provide stable reference points that
Will your city go into triage mode, double down on progressive policies, or flex its
Opulent clock towers, grand halls, building facades covered in splendour and stone. Looking at
I’m writing this from Belgrade – a city that, [13+] years ago, was the target of
I like people. I’d like some paper people. They’d be purple paper people. Maybe pop-up
It’s not about simply delivering services more efficiently. It’s about passion, surprise and invisible opportunities.
Four leading academics propose the ‘grounded city’ – where sustainable transport, accessible broadband and modest