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As bonds of European unity weaken, nations cannot afford to fixate on past ‘glories’

Populism is on the rise throughout Europe, as both economically depressed and prosperous countries become increasingly frustrated with their established political elites....

Dominique Moisi | September 2, 2015, Wednesday

Ignoring dosage makes safe substance dangerous

Since the development of the science of toxicology in the sixteenth century, its guiding principle has been that “the dose makes the poison....

Henry I. Miller | September 2, 2015, Wednesday

Notes from the Underground: blog offers refreshing take on Bank of England policies

In 1993, the economists Alberto Alesina and Larry Summers published a seminal paper that argued that central bank independence keeps inflation in check, with no adverse consequences for economic perfo...

Howard Davies | September 1, 2015, Tuesday

Put politics aside in the fight for gender equality

On August 26, 1920 the 19th amendment, which guaranteed women the right to vote, officially became part of the United States Constitution....

Stacey Y. Abrams and Kathy Hawken | September 1, 2015, Tuesday

Future looks gray as demographic trends push more countries into super-aged club

The aging of our societies is one of the greatest success stories of the twentieth century....

Brigitte Miksa | August 31, 2015, Monday

China not source of global financial volatility

China is not the main cause of the current chaos in the global financial market....

August 31, 2015, Monday

‘Toxic Assumptions’ makes good points, marred by untested claims

Austrian-born American economist Joseph Schumpeter once famously argued that capitalism owes its vitality to what he called “creative destruction....

Ni Tao | August 28, 2015, Friday

Virtuous ‘idiots’ all too rare in world of calculated rationality

IN the wake of the recent blast in northern China’s Tianjin Municipality, the significant death toll of firefighters triggered an outpouring of public grief. In the immediate aftermath of the tragedy, ...

Ni Tao | August 27, 2015, Thursday

UK Science Communiqué on Climate Change

The scientific evidence is now overwhelming that the climate is warming and that human activity is largely responsible for this change through emissions of greenhouse gases....

August 27, 2015, Thursday

Hanging prompts debate over death penalty

On July 30, Yakub Memon, a chartered accountant and the brother of a notorious gangster now living in self-imposed exile, was hanged for complicity in the planning and execution of serial bomb blasts that...

Shashi Tharoor | August 26, 2015, Wednesday

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