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The underbelly of sport: Dirty Games

By Daryl Adair

Exposés about corruption in sport are not new, but they have become more frequent. There was never a golden age of pure sport, but there is now a growing public realisation that many of sports core ideals such as...

Trump rewrites the diplomatic rule book

By Mark Beeson

Even the most pessimistic of commentators must be astounded by US President-elect Donald Trumps capacity to destabilise some of the most important elements of the existing international order even before he actually gets...

Why is China so upset about Trump's Taiwan call – and could it lead to war?

By George Kyris

The fact that Donald Trump is the first US president to call his Taiwanese counterpart in nearly four decades, seriously upsetting China in the process, might come as a shock when you think that Taiwan is the worlds 22nd...

A New Politics of Time

By John Keane

Theres a widespread belief that actually existing democracies are in the grip of a fast-paced world dominated by breaking news and all things instant. The following contribution sets out to question this belief. It takes...

UN finally apologises for bringing cholera to Haiti – now it must match its words with funds

By Rosa Freedman Et Al

The United Nations Secretary-General has announced a new approach to cholera in Haiti. Six years after the organisation introduced cholera into the country, with at least 9,200 people dead and 800,000 people sickened since...

Three ways Facebook could reduce fake news without resorting to censorship

By Jennifer Stromer-Galley

The public gets a lot of its news and information from Facebook. Some of it is fake. That presents a problem for the sites users, and for the company itself. Facebook cofounder and chairman Mark Zuckerberg said the...

London's skyscrapers tell a rich story about the City's worship of finance

By Alex Simpson

A new skyscraper is set to join the City of Londons world-famous collection of oddly-designed buildings with novelty names. With 73 storeys, the Trellis will rival the Shard in height, and overshadow its next-door...

French election 2017: meet the candidates

By Charles Devellennes

To the surprise of many, François Fillon has won a landslide victory to become the right-wing candidate for Frances 2017 presidential election. He won the first round of the republican primary with more than 44% of...

Where did it all go wrong? François Hollande flops out of presidential race

By David Lees

French president, François Hollande, made the shock announcement that he will not be standing for a second term in office. The president seemed to acknowledge his poor chances of success in the 2017 presidential...

Water intoxication: are we drowning in advice to drink more fluids?

By Matthew Haines

A recent BMJ Case Report outlined the story of a 59-year-old woman who went to AE after experiencing pain when urinating and abdominal pain. Her symptoms were consistent with urinary tract infection (UTI, commonly referred...

Decades of attempts show how hard it is to land on Mars – here's how we plan to succeed in 2021

By Andrew Coates

Europe has been trying to land on Mars since 2003, but none of the attempts have gone exactly according to plan. A couple of months ago, the ExoMars Schiaparelli landing demonstrator crashed onto the planets surface,...

Heathrow, Brexit and a pointless political suicide – that Richmond by-election in full

By Robin Pettitt

The 2016 Richmond Park by-election must surely be one of the most frivolous and pointless instances of political suicide in recent British political history. Conservative incumbent Zac Goldsmith should perhaps be...

How can the UK government meet its legal air pollution targets?

By Alastair Lewis

Each year, air pollution contributes to around 25,000 deaths in the UK. Its a shocking statistic. By law, the government is obliged to cut high levels of harmful gases in the shortest possible time, yet in November the...

Does the UK Supreme Court have enough power?

By Richard Percival

The Supreme Court is about to embark on a politically momentous and contentious case. On December 5 it will begin hearing the governments appeal against a High Court ruling which said parliament must pass legislation to...

How to talk someone out of a damaging cult

By Linda Dubrow-Marshall Et Al

Many of you will know someone who has suddenly fallen head over heels in love with someone. Some will know people who have done likewise but for a strange religion or group that youve never heard of. What do you say to...

Trump and Modi: birds of the same feather, but with different world views

By Indrajit Roy

Donald Trumps election as the 45th US president illustrates the global ascendance of the political right. Comparisons with Indian prime minister, Narendra Modi, whose rise predates Trumps by two years, are inevitable. The...

Cuba is poor, but who is to blame – Castro or 50 years of US blockade?

By Helen Yaffe

Alongside his depiction as a brutal dictator, negative reflections on Fidel Castro since his death on November 25 have focused on his mismanagement of the Cuban economy and the consequent extremes of poverty suffered by...

Thailand’s future under King Rama X: lessons from three Asian countries

By Patrick Jory

Thailands crown prince has become King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun or Rama X, the tenth monarch of the Chakri dynasty, succeeding his father who died on October 13. But great uncertainly remains about...

Pinchgut's Theodora brings the irrational power of love to uncertain times

By Oliver Watts

Art has an ability to conflate the past, the present and the future; it does not follow the strictures of linear history. Pinchgut Operas Theodora, a George Handel oratorio of 1750, was the most contemporary creative work...

On the pleasure of smoking

By Simon Chapman

Repeatedly, studies have found a large majority of smokers regret ever starting to smoke: 85% in this study, 90% in this four nation study. Each year, some 40% of smokers make an attempt to stop, with most relapsing within...

Everyone's talking but no-one's listening: it's time to reclaim the art of communication

By Olaf Werder

In a world of mass communication and social media, people seem prepared to share their opinion on almost any subject. When it comes to remembering a conversation you were involved in, in most cases the deciding factor...

Don't expect a rerun of the Asian Financial Crisis

By Matthew Busch

Asian currencies hit a seven year low in November, on Donald Trumps election and the potential for his policies to spur US inflation and bond yields. Investors who fanned out across emerging markets in recent years are now...

How Trump's deportation plan threatens America's food and wine supply

By Mary Jo Dudley Et Al

Mass deportations of up to three million undocumented immigrants are expected to begin in January, when President-elect Donald Trump takes the oath of office and begins to turn his campaign promises into government...

10 ways the tech industry and the media helped create President Trump

By Damian Radcliffe

Three weeks after Donald Trump won a historic victory to become the 45th president of the United States, the media postmortems continue. In particular, the role played by the media and technology industries is coming...

How Castro shaped Cuban identity and what his death means to those exiled

By Michelle Gonzalez Maldonado

On Nov. 25, when I heard the news of Cuban leader Fidel Castros death, I did not feel any sense of sadness, relief or joy. Instead, as a daughter of Cuban exiles, I experienced a mix of all those emotions. Children of...

Can we rely on DIY air pollution sensors?

By Richard E. Peltier

Until recently, measuring air pollution was a task that could be performed only by trained scientists using very sophisticated and very expensive equipment. That has changed with the rapid growth of small, inexpensive...

Explainer: what is scurvy and is it making a comeback?

By Karen Charlton

A major hospital in western Sydney recently reported a number of diabetes patients were suffering from scurvy, a historical disease common in sailors on long voyages who were deprived of citrus fruit and...

The Rise and Fall of oil in popular culture

By Sofia Ahlberg

Oils pipelines now supply energy to every conceivable part of our personal and professional lives. Oil can take us practically anywhere on earth. Its social and cultural significance cannot be overstated since it fuels...

Despite the hype, batteries aren't the cheapest way to store energy on the grid

By Roger Dargaville

Storage is the word of the moment in the energy industry. Since Tesla unveiled its Powerwall, politicians, commentators and industry have hyped storage and particularly batteries as the solution for getting more...

Investors and speculators aren't disrupting the water markets

By Adam James Loch Et Al

For over a decade, Australian state and federal governments have used water markets to manage water resources. Although there remains room for improvement in terms of environmental outcomes, water accounting accuracy, and...

The data that won't help the government on housing supply

By Richard Holden

Vital Signs is a weekly economic wrap from UNSW economics professor and Harvard PhD Richard Holden (@profholden). Vital Signs aims to contextualise weekly economic events and cut through the noise of the data affecting...

Italy's referendum: what's at stake and what you need to know

By Lorenzo Genito

On December 4, Italians will cast their vote in a historic referendum. The exact details of the question they are voting on are quite technical whether or not to accept constitutional reforms promoted by the centre-left...

Prison deaths: a case of corporate manslaughter?

By Steve Tombs

Attention has finally fallen on the crisis of safety in British prisons. It shouldnt be a surprise to anyone. Some argue that prison has always inherently been, and remains, a place of degradation which is systematically...

We can cut emissions in half by 2040 if we build smarter cities

By Shobhakar Dhakal

As a planet, we have some serious climate targets to meet in the coming years. The Paris Agreement, signed by 192 countries, set an aspirational goal of limiting global warming to 1.5ᵒC. The United Nations Sustainable...

Australia's Google Tax may be the second in the world but it's too early to tell if it's the 'toughest'

By Antony Antony

When introducing the draft legislation for the Diverted Profits or so-called Google Tax, Federal Treasurer Scott Morrison claimed it would: …reinforce Australias position as having amongst the toughest laws in...

How microplastics make their way up the ocean food chain into fish

By Jane Williamson Et Al

Up to 236,000 tonnes of microplastics tiny pieces of broken-down plastic smaller than your little fingernail enter our oceans each year. This has researchers around the world worried, as wildlife can be harmed by eating...

It's good the government will report GDP per capita, but it shouldn't stop there

By Ross Guest

The governments horse trading over legislation with the senate will have a profound effect on the way the government reports economic data. Part of the governments agreement with Senator Leyonhjelm to support the...

From warm to swarm: why insect activity increases in summer

By David Yeates

While the Bureau of Meteorology is predicting an increase in the average temperature this summer, entomologists are forecasting an increase in insect activity. It might seem that insects choose to annoy us over the...

Trump’s Carrier coup reveals credibility gap between Twitter rhetoric and economic reality

By Wesley Widmaier

In a political coup, President-elect Donald Trump says that his transition team has struck a deal with Carriers Indianapolis plant to keep 1,000 jobs in the state. Big day on Thursday for Indiana and the great workers...

Can maths help you win at roulette?

By Graham Kendall

Albert Einstein supposedly once said: No one can win at roulette unless he steals money from the table while the croupier isnt looking. Although I wouldnt normally question Einstein, this statement isnt true. In fact,...

French election 2017: everything you need to know about François Fillon

By Paul Smith

The arrival of François Fillon as the right-wing Republican candidate in Frances 2017 election (lets not pretend it was between centre and right there were no centre candidates for the nomination), may have come as...

The absurdity of natural history – or, why humans are 'fish'

By Jack Ashby

The human desire to classify is perhaps at its strongest when it comes to natural history. From our childhood years we are taught to put the animals we encounter in museums, living rooms and the natural environment into...

The lack of justice for journalists' sources is a catastrophe for democracy

By Tim Crook

Ten long years ago, Robert Norman was getting on with his demanding job as a prison officer at the high security Belmarsh Prison in London. Then in 2006 he became an undercover whistle-blower, revealing hidden details of...

Will a UK-style lottery system really take Australia back to its Olympic glory days?

By Lisa Gowthorp

Australia recorded its lowest medal tally in 24 years at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. This prompted calls to examine the current funding model and seek alternative revenue streams. Reports suggest Australian...

video Scorsese's Silence and the Catholic connection to the atomic bomb

By Gwyn McClelland

Today, Martin Scorseses Silence will have its premiere at the Vatican, where it will be screened to hundreds of Roman Catholic priests. The famed directors first foray into East Asia links to familiar themes of Catholic...

Domestic violence also has an economic penalty – we need to tackle it

By Jane Bullen Et Al

While Australia has a national conversation on domestic violence, some of the harms of this violence remain in the shadows. The ways violence degrades womens financial status and access to economic resources are...

No politician can singlehandedly bring back coal – not even Donald Trump

By Peter Newman

On the night Donald Trump won the US election, one of the many jubilant supporters featured in the media coverage was 67-year-old Doug Ratliff of Richlands, Virginia. An owner of struggling shopping malls in a region hit...

Why coal-fired power stations need to shut on health grounds

By David Shearman

The Senate inquirys report into the planned closure of coal-fired power stations will no doubt shed light on the compelling health reasons to close them. Coal-fired stations are a health hazard to their local...

A licence to print: how real is the risk posed by 3D printed guns?

By Thomas Birtchnell

3D printed guns are back in the news after Queensland Police reported last week that they had discovered a 3D printer in a raid on what appeared to be a large-scale weapons production facility as a part of Operation Oscar...

Why literature matters in debate about race and immigrants

By Rajini Srikanth

The people who voted for Donald Trump did so for a variety of reasons, but chief among them was the sense of their having been economically abandoned for several decades. Trump has promised to restore their economic...

Will Italy's referendum trigger the next crisis?

2016 has been a year of political surprises. June gave us Brexit, November US-President elect Donald Trump and December might give us a government crisis in Italy. On December 4, Italians go to the polls to approve or...

Chart of the Day: China bleeds treasuries

19:49 PM| Commentary Economy

This chart from bond vigilantes shows, how the treasury holdings by Peoples Bank of China has declined to a four-year low amid increasing yields in the United States. Given the increasing interest rates in China,...

UK Construction PMI continues expansion in Nov, raises optimism for near-term outlook

16:49 PM| Commentary Economy

The UK construction sector expanded further in November to hit an 8-month high. Business activity and new orders increased at the fastest pace since March and there was a sharp deterioration in supplier performance as...

Eurozone PPI beats expectations in October, monthly pace of rise fastest in 4 years

15:58 PM| Commentary

Data released by Eurostat on Friday showed that Euro zone producer prices rose by their highest amount in more than four years in October as energy prices increased during the month. Prices at factory gates in the 19...

Oil in Global Economy Series

OPEC deal unlikely to boost oil prices in 2017 - Fitch

14:54 PM| Commentary

Ratings agency Fitch cheered the OPEC deal but at the same time warned that it may not cause a major lift to oil prices. The agency said that prices are unlikely to move much higher than they are now, expecting them to...

U.S. Government bonds rise modestly ahead of non-farm payroll data

12:28 PM| Commentary

The U.S. Treasuries were pushed modestly higher as markets look ahead to the November employment report on Friday, which is expected to reveal a +180k increase in non-farm payrolls. The yield on the benchmark 10-year...

Singapore jobless rate rises in Q2 2016 amid weaker growth, fewer job openings

11:41 AM| Commentary Economy

Labour market has been soft in 2016 amid economic slowdown. Based on latest report from the Ministry of Manpower, resident unemployment rate has increased. The seasonally adjusted resident unemployment rate rose to 3.0...

ECB likely to maintain monthly QE purchases worth EUR80 billion in next week’s policy meeting

11:09 AM| Commentary Central Banks

The European Central Bank is expected to extend its QE purchases by six months to September 2017 and maintain the EUR80 billion monthly purchases in its monetary policy meeting scheduled next week. Lately there has been a...

German bunds narrowly mixed in subdue trade, next week’s ECB policy decision in focus

09:49 AM| Commentary

The German bunds traded narrowly mixed Friday, succumbing to thin trading activity during a relatively quiet session that witnessed data of little significance. Also, the market now looks ahead to the ECB monetary policy...

Fed’s 2017 policies likely to be governed by developments in labor market

09:25 AM| Commentary Economy

The upcoming interest rate policy of the Federal Reserve in 2017 is likely to be governed by the labor market data due to be released by the end of today. Looking into 2017, the FOMC is turning more dovish on paper, which...

China’s crude steel consumption likely to grow 1-2 pct next year, says HSBC

09:20 AM| Commentary

China is expected to maintain its demand supportive policies. According to an HSBC research report, Chinas crude steel consumption is forecast to expand by 1 percent to 2 percent next year. Crude steel apparent consumption...

Indian bonds sag on profit booking; next week’s RBI bi-monthly monetary policy in focus

09:16 AM| Commentary

The Indian government bonds slumped Friday as investors cashed in profits after a long rally following hopes of a rate cut by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in its December 7 monetary policy meeting. The yield on the...

Fundamental Evaluation Series

Fundamental Evaluation Series: Yield spread vs. EUR/USD

08:55 AM| Commentary

The chart above shows, how the relationship between EUR/USD and 2-year yield divergence has unfolded since 2012. It is evident that these short rates have been akey influencing factor for the pair as policy divergence...

Global economy shows positive signs of development while entering 2017

06:33 AM| Commentary

In 2015 and most of this year, the global economy was on a weak and diverging path. The U.S. faced challenges from the declining oil price, whereas Europe has been caught in the mud due to political uncertainty and EM...

Top Stories

Google AI Can Scan Retina To Look For Symptoms Of Impending Blindness

09:16 AM| Technology Health

It would seem that the time when machines surpass the ability of humans to do intricate work is almost here. One of Googles Artificial Intelligence projects is apparently capable of diagnosing the retina of patients to see...

Why the health and agriculture sectors need to work together to stop antibiotic resistance

05:25 AM| Insights & Views Health

The Australian federal government recently announced a national plan to tackle antimicrobial resistance with an approach encompassing the health and agriculture sectors. Antimicrobial resistance occurs when...

Why people love to delude themselves with sports rituals and superstitions

By Keis Ohtsuka - 20:31 PM| Life Sports

What do Lebron James, a lucky coin and a smelly goat have in common? They are all part of a rich tradition of sports superstitions. Both athletes and fans alike have looked towards these superstitions, rituals and...

After decades of research, why is AIDS still rampant?

By Maureen Miller - 20:36 PM| Health

Today is World AIDS Day. More than three decades after the virus was first discovered, 5,753 people will become HIV infected today. About the same number will become infected tomorrow, and the same number the day after...

Boredom, alienation and anxiety in the maths classroom? Here's why

By Brian Hudson - 05:44 AM| Life

The quest for appropriate teaching and learning practices for children and young people is ongoing and ever present. A major challenge is to make maths teaching more inclusive and maths itself more accessible to a wider...

Got high cholesterol? Here are five foods to eat and avoid

19:19 PM| Health

High fat, low fat, no carb, more carb: when it comes to getting information on eating to manage high blood cholesterol, confusion reigns. We checked the most recent research from trials that tested the impact of...

Why the world needs superheroes

By Liam Burke - 02:40 AM| Life

Superheroes were born in the United States in the late 1930s as a four-colour rebuttal to the misery of the Depression and the rise of fascism in Europe. Today, superheroes are no longer confined to America, or even the...

Blockchain Revolution Series

MasterCard files four blockchain-related patents

11:14 AM| Digital Currency

According to recently published patent applications on the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), MasterCard has applied for four patents related to its work on blockchain technology, CoinDesk reported. Three of the...

Study Says ‘Don’t Go To Sleep Angry’ Is On Point

10:00 AM| Health

Ever heard of the phrase, Dont go to sleep angry? For those who have been alive during the past century or so, chances are high that this is the case. If so, a recent study shows that there is a good reason why this advice...

Tennis, Swimming And Aerobics Best For Long Life, Study Says

10:00 AM| Health

Its a widely accepted fact that exercise is the key to good health and a long life. However, opinion on which form of exercise is the best to prolong life has been conflicting. Now, a new study suggests that playing...

Blockchain Revolution Series

UAE government to hold virtual blockchain hackathon

05:11 AM| Digital Currency

The government of the United Arab Emirates is organizing a virtual blockchain hackathon, offering $140,000 in prizes. The UAE government is organizing the largest virtual blockchain hackathon in history to push the...

Neuroscience hasn't been weaponized – it's been a tool of war from the start

By Alison Howell - 02:52 AM| Insights & Views Science

What could once only be imagined in science fiction is now increasingly coming to fruition: Drones can be flown by human brains thoughts. Pharmaceuticals can help soldiers forget traumatic experiences or produce feelings...

India's golden quest to tackle 'black money' and the lessons from a century ago

By Fergal O'Connor - 17:19 PM| Insights & Views Law Economy

The Indian government has been trying to reduce its citizens demand for imported gold through a number of means over the last few years. This is part of a wider crack down on currency used in the black market, that...

Econotimes Series


Czech Q3 GDP rises by 0.2 pct q/q, supported by household consumption

Czech economy growth continued to grow in Q3 2016 on rapidly growing household consumption supported by investment growth which was the main growth factors. Growth in Q3 was still slower pace than in the previous...

Poland's economic downturn to continue through 2017

Polands real economy disappoints significantly in 2016 and the downturn is likely to continue through 2017. Slump in private investment and weaker-than-expected household consumption are seen to be the main drivers behind...

Denmark likely to witness substantial current account surpluses in near term, says Danske Bank

Denmark has been running significant current account surpluses over the past few years. However, the surplus has trended down recently and we expect it to edge down a bit further in the years to 2020. While the Danish...

Swiss GDP remains flat in Q3, misses market expectations slightly

The gross domestic product (GDP) of Switzerland remained unchanged during the third quarter of this year, slightly missing market expectations as increase in investment was offset by net trade. Switzerland registered...

Australia Q3 GDP likely to witness sharp slowdown, to remain below RBA’s implied forecast

The third-quarter gross domestic product of Australia, scheduled to be released next week is expected to show a sharp slowdown, with the preliminary estimate being flat q/q growth. Also, it is likely to remain below the...


Impeding Trump Inauguration Prompts Internet Archivists To Seek Asylum in Canada

The internet is a pretty big place and contains a lot of information. Since it would be difficult to find all this information on ones own, archivists gather all existing data to organize them and make searching for...

US Election Series: Wisconsin denies Jill Stein’s request for hand count

Wisconsin Elections Commission Chairman, Mark Thomsen, a Democrat, announced earlier that the committee would follow through with Steins recount request but denied a request that the recount be conducted by hand. According...

François Fillon wins French Republican primary

Over the weekend, the former Prime Minister under President Nicolas Sarkozy, François Fillon has won the right-wing Republican primary on Sunday. Last week, in the first primary, Mr. Fillon unexpectedly best both...

US Election Series: How much votes Clinton needs to win to turn the outcome?

It is now official that Hillary Clintons campaign will support the recount effort in key battleground states. On Saturday, in a post on Medium, Marc Elias, the Clinton teams general counsel, said the campaign would take...

US Election Series: Clinton backs Stein’s recount, America closer to chaos

Over the weekend, Hillary Clintons campaign said that they would join Green Party candidate Jill Steins petition to recount the votes in Wisconsin and would also join recount process in two other key battleground states;...


Major Cancer Organizations Form Alliance To Create Cancer Vaccine

Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in terms of medical issues in the world, affecting over 14 million patients on earth. The number of cancer patients is expected to grow by 2030, reaching over 21.7 million in...

Fitbit Set To Acquire Pebble For $40M

Fitbit has been soaring in popularity since its inception while Pebble has been struggling to keep up with the market. This has made it easier for the more successful fitness wearable maker to absorb the other one for a...

Virus-Like Cellular Delivery Method Created, Could Someday Be Used To Administer Drugs

Right now, drug delivery to treat a myriad of illnesses, vaccinate, or encourage therapeutic results is still crude. Health workers use syringes or tubes to inject medication directly into the body if oral or anal...

Killing Bears Is The Only Way To Save Them, Study Suggests

Black Bears have existed in some parts of New Jersey for centuries, and it has always been their fate to meet their end in the hands of human hunters. As appalling as this situation might be for those who are committed to...

New Stroke Drug Could Help Prevent Brain Damage And Repair Cells

Having a stroke inflicts several problems on the human body that, if left untreated, could significantly impair normal functions. One of the worst effects of a stroke includes damage to brain cells, which can lead to...


Artificial Intelligence Trained To Recognize Different Sounds By Binge Watching

Although several examples of artificial intelligence have gotten extremely adept at recognizing speech and voice patterns such as Siri and Cortana, recognizing other sounds has been a significant hurdle for machines....

Countries Fight Over Tesla Gigafactory 2, Hedge Fund Manager Mocks Elon Musk

The Gigafactory by Tesla Motors located deep in the Nevada desert is not even finished yet, but countries are already clamoring for the next one to be built in their own countries. While nations seem to believe that Tesla...

Google AI Responds To Questions Instead Of Simply Showing Search Results

Google has just developed an artificial intelligence that answers the questions of users directly instead of providing them with links to certain websites or pages that contain the information. For example, asking Google...

Renewable Waste Turned To Natural Gas By Scientists, Gas Storage Falling

Inefficiency is something that renewable energy struggles with even with current technology, but thanks to a new discovery by scientists, its possible to create natural gas from the waste of wind or solar power. This is a...

Facebook Turns To AI, Promises To Crack Down On Fake News And Offensive Content

Facebook and its founder Mark Zuckerberg have been under a lot of pressure recently to address the spread of fake news content on its news feed. While Zuckerberg had previously been reticent about actually suppressing such...
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