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By Françoise Barré-Sinoussi - Sep 14, 2014 - Last updated at Sep 14, 2014 21:42
An ounce of prevention, Benjamin Franklin famously said, is worth a pound of cure. But that is not always true when it comes to research in ...
By Mired Raad Zeid Al Hussein - Sep 13, 2014 - Last updated at Sep 13, 2014 21:53
Why are people with disabilities often absent from the workforce, and when included, they are few and often regarded as a novelty? “T ...
By Hazem Qashou - Sep 13, 2014 - Last updated at Sep 13, 2014 21:52
Decentralisation is a foundation stone in the process of reform and development. ...
By Esther Dyson - Sep 08, 2014 - Last updated at Sep 08, 2014 21:50
The challenge of ensuring adequate, nutrient-rich food for an expanding global population is a daunting one, especially given constraints on ...
By Michael Heise - Sep 07, 2014 - Last updated at Sep 07, 2014 21:39
Europe is in a difficult predicament. ...
By Volker Perthes - Sep 07, 2014 - Last updated at Sep 07, 2014 21:38
Three distinct timelines are shaping developments in the Middle East: The short-term timeline of daily struggles and politics; the medium-te ...
By Nael Raja Kabariti - Sep 06, 2014 - Last updated at Sep 06, 2014 21:44
At the beginning of the 1960s, as a young man, I took my first flight from Amman to Cairo. ...
By Konrad Niklewicz - Sep 01, 2014 - Last updated at Sep 01, 2014 22:20
August 30, 2014, may be remembered as the day when the division of the European Union into “new” and “old” member st ...
By Francis Nang’ayo - Aug 26, 2014 - Last updated at Aug 26, 2014 22:00
Kenya’s ban on imports of genetically modified (GM) crops reflects a troubling trend in a country traditionally seen as an agricultura ...
By Thorsten Benner - Aug 23, 2014 - Last updated at Aug 23, 2014 22:00
In April, when German Chancellor Angel Merkel congratulated Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán on his reelection, she let it be kn ...

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