Kate Raworth / July 13, 2018
Even reformist economists too often forget the lesson of nature—growth cannot go on forever
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Our stock market is now so far out of fashion among the available global choices that it represents a contrarian buying opportunity
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David Patrikarakos / June 20, 2018
John Gaddis's new study of grand strategy draws on a famous essay by Isaiah Berlin
Adam converted to Islam at age 19. In 2014, he was taken on by a "de-radicalisation" program. What happened next raises questions about how we approach extremism—and what we can really do for angry...
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David Omand / June 20, 2018
David Omand, who ran GCHQ, argues that Twitter and Facebook embolden the far Right
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