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By Ethiopis Tafara - Aug 09, 2016 - Last updated at Aug 09, 2016 22:46
Two years ago, Tesla CEO Elon Musk decided to open access to his company’s patents to anyone — a move that ran completely counter to traditi ...
By Gareth Evans - Aug 06, 2016 - Last updated at Aug 06, 2016 22:43
For students of incomprehensible behaviour by otherwise apparently intelligent leaders, Australian politics is the gift that keeps on giving ...
By George S. Hishmeh - Jul 30, 2016 - Last updated at Jul 30, 2016 22:44
Hillary Clinton’s long (57 minutes) speech after she won the Democratic Party’s nomination for the presidency last Thursday was indeed impre ...
By Maria Damanaki - Jul 25, 2016 - Last updated at Jul 25, 2016 22:46
Nearly half the world’s population — some 3.5 billion people — lives near coasts. ...
By Basel Burgan - Jul 24, 2016 - Last updated at Jul 24, 2016 22:44
A general perception exists among Jordanians that Hani Mulki was brought in as prime minister to dispense World Bank prescriptions, wit ...
By Raghuram Rajan - Jul 21, 2016 - Last updated at Jul 21, 2016 22:30
In their efforts to stimulate demand by pursuing increasingly aggressive monetary policies, advanced economies have been imposing risks on e ...
By Shane O’Mara - Jul 13, 2016 - Last updated at Jul 13, 2016 22:36
Interrogation is far too important to be left to amateurs. ...
By Yuriko Koike - Jul 09, 2016 - Last updated at Jul 09, 2016 22:46
The United Kingdom, in voting to divorce the European Union, is steering the West into uncharted territory.Will the EU now unravel, as other ...
By Frances Stewart - Jul 09, 2016 - Last updated at Jul 09, 2016 22:45
There is no denying that conflict has far-reaching negative effects, including on employment. ...
By Marek Abramowicz - Jul 03, 2016 - Last updated at Jul 03, 2016 23:43
A long-time ago in a galaxy far, far away, two enormous black holes — each with a mass roughly 30 times larger than that of the sun — c ...

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