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Let’s End the Covid Blame Games

Finger pointing is pointless, divisive and dumb. Let’s stop imputing bad faith or recklessness or greed to our partisan opponents. They have loved ones who are just as much at risk of infection as…

France’s Old Bigotry Finds a New Face

It doesn’t take much to see the roots of Eric Zemmour's ideology. The irony is that this time, its proponent is Jewish.

China’s rise and America’s decline spell conflict

Monday’s summit between Xi and Biden addressed everything from trade to security and human rights, but resolved nothing.

Can Ethiopia avert deepening turmoil and prioritise peace?

To achieve peace, both sides in Ethiopia’s conflict will need to accept some difficult truths.

Omicron: Vaccine nationalism will only perpetuate the pandemic

As wealthy nations continue hoarding vaccines, new dangerous COVID-19 variants will continue emerging.

Developing nations may give up on the WTO for good if it won’t budge on vaccine patents

Covid has shown that the market cannot solve a global crisis. Now countries such as Britain must realise that too

Social media giants monetise anger and trolling is the result. A crackdown is welcome

The Coalition proposals would significantly shift the way these global advertising monopolies operate.

Islamophobia in the press must be tackled head-on. Silence is not an option

Αnalysis shows that almost two-thirds of articles paint Muslims in a negative light.

The Keys to Inclusive Growth

One of the COVID-19 pandemic’s most important economic lessons is that innovation and inclusion need not be mutually exclusive. By pursuing the right policies, Western governments can promote both…

The Drums of War in Taiwan and Ukraine

In their rhetoric as well as in their military investment, training, and deployment decisions, China and Russia have both clearly signaled their aggressive strategic intentions. The task now is to…