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Russians are starved of alternative viewpoints by their media's united anti-Western front

By Natasha Rulyova

When Russia ignored a British government ultimatum to explain whether it was involved in the nerve agent attack on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter in Salisbury, Theresa May quickly announced a set of...

Some easy fixes for Russia's flagging economy – if only politics didn't get in the way

By Sergey V. Popov

With the outcome of the Russian election almost certainly a return to power for Vladimir Putin, its perhaps more interesting to consider how he could improve the countrys flagging economy. This is more of a...

We need to become global citizens to rebuild trust in our globalised world

By Laura D'Olimpio

This is the third article in a series in which philosophers discuss the greatest moral challenge of our time, and how we should address it. Read the first article here and the second here. The erosion of trust in a...

Why virtual reality cannot match the real thing

By Janna Thompson

Suppose you were offered the opportunity to hook yourself up to a machine that would give you all the experiences you desire. Using this technology you could have the sensations of climbing Mt Everest, enjoying great sex...

Why do gun-makers get special economic protection?

By Allen Rostron

The gun industry is one of very few industries to have congressionally backed immunity from liabilty. As a result, its been largely shielded from responsibility for the deaths and injuries its products cause, with few...

Here are five signs that universities are turning into corporations

By Sioux McKenna

Universities in many parts of the world are buckling under multiple financial, societal and political demands. This has led to increasingly loud calls for what are called enhanced efficiencies a term drawn from the...

South Africa's economy is badly skewed to the big guys: how it can be changed

By Simon Roberts

The South African economy looks uncomfortably the same to the one inherited when the country transitioned from apartheid to democracy in 1994. Which is why its time for a robust economic policy agenda to make it more open,...

#MeToo on the 1930s silver screen

By Marsha Gordon

Times 2017 Person of the Year was The Silence Breakers, a growing contingent of women who have been speaking out about sexual harassment by men in positions of power. But the sexual exploitation of women is hardly...

London congestion charge: why it's time to reconsider one of the city's great successes

By Nicole Badstuber

It has been 15 years since Londons congestion charge was introduced by the citys first mayor, Ken Livingstone. Livingstone hoped the charge would reduce congestion, radically improve bus services, make journey times more...

When the Internet goes down

By Hervé Debar

A third of the Internet is under attack. Millions of network addresses were subjected to distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks over two-year period, reports Warren Froelich on the UC San Diego News Center website. A...

Before hitting the road, self-driving cars should have to pass a driving test

By Srikanth Saripalli

What should a self-driving car do when a nearby vehicle is swerving unpredictably back and forth on the road, as if its driver were drunk? What about encountering a vehicle driving the wrong way? Before autonomous cars are...

Why energy-sapping bitcoin mining is here to stay

By Michel Rauchs

The enormous use of energy needed to mine bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies is proving to be very contentious, but alternative methods pose far too much of a security risk. The recent warning that electricity use at...

Debate: On secularism in the 21st century

By Jeremy Ghez

In January 2018 the French commemorated the Charlie Hebdo attacks that occurred three years earlier. The expression of American solidarity then toward the victims in France was quick and unwavering just as it was in the...

Why economists are calling for the RPI inflation measure to be scrapped

By Robert O'Neill

The RPI measure of inflation is without merit. The retail price index has been an official measure of inflation for close to 50 years in the UK, but it requires a deliberate and carefully timed withdrawal. Thats according...

Why we developed a microscope for your phone – and published the design

By Antony Orth

My colleagues and I have developed a 3D printable clip-on that can turn your smartphone into a fully functional microscope. Weve released the design online so that anyone can print it and modify it to suit their...

Parents need to start talking to their tweens about the risks of porn

By Gail Dines

Editors note: This article includes references to graphic sexual content that may be inappropriate for some readers. Today teenagers are viewing far more pornography than their parents realize. And the porn theyre...

Alcohol probably makes it harder to stop sexual violence – so why aren't colleges talking about it?

By Ruschelle Leone Et Al

Several years ago, one of us (Dominic) was consulting with university administration on their sexual violence prevention program. All colleges and universities that receive Title IX funding are federally mandated to...

North Korea's growing criminal cyberthreat

By Dorothy Denning

The countries posing the greatest cyberthreats to the United States are Russia, China, Iran and North Korea. Like its counterparts, Kim Jong Uns regime engages in substantial cyber espionage. And like Russia and Iran, it...

GDPR: ten easy steps all organisations should follow

By Maureen Meadows Et Al

Data protection law hasnt undergone a significant update since the EU brought in legislation in 1995 just six years after the birth of the World Wide Web. But GDPR is about to shake things up. Now, 23 years later, the...

Thirty years since the Seoul Olympics, South Korea is still tackling the legacy of overseas adoption

By Jessica Walton

South Korea holding this years Winter Olympics comes 30 years after the country first hosted the Summer Olympics, in the capital Seoul. It has undergone huge social changes since that time, but there is still a long road...

How we can put a stop to the revolving door between homelessness and imprisonment

By Sophie Russell

Homeless people are over-represented in Australias prisons, and previously incarcerated people are over-represented among the homeless. Experiencing homelessness increases the risk of criminal justice system involvement,...

Ramaphosa must fuse fixing broken institutions and economic policy

By Mark Swilling

The state of the nation speech delivered by South Africas new president Cyril Ramaphosa was designed to project an image of hope and change. The new head of state emphasised the fight against corruption, improved...

Life on humanitarian compounds is removed from reality – this can fuel the misconduct of aid workers

By Gemma Houldey

Sexual harassment, exploitation or abuse some of which reportedly occurred at Oxfam in Haiti and has involved staff at other aid agencies elsewhere is never excusable. But the backdrop in which these sorts of acts occur...

Comfortably numb – why some older people turn to cannabis for pain relief

By Tony Rao Et Al

When most people think of cannabis users, they probably think mainly of the younger generations. But its actually the 45 to 64 age group who show the highest proportion of household spending on cannabis. Recent figures...

Millennials' home ownership hopes dashed by a broken housing market

By Chris O'Leary

Speaking to the Conservative Party conference in September 2017, the UK prime minister, Theresa May, gave a stark assessment of the UK housing market which made for depressing listening for many young people: For many the...

Huge pension fund deficits are a global crisis in waiting

By Ania Zalewska

In the past decade, the banking industry has been a central focus of attention for regulators, academics and the general public. The 2007-08 financial crisis led to new regulations and institutions to keep things in...

How labels like 'addict' and 'junkie' mask class contempt for drug users

By Liviu Alexandrescu

Terms such as drug user, addict or the blatantly pejorative junkie, dope head or stoner, are loaded with moral bias. They suggest that people who consume psychoactive substances are mentally weak and dangerous when in...

Is full transparency good for democracy?

By Austin Sarat

With the approval of President Donald Trump, the House of Representatives released the so-called Nunes memo on Feb. 2. In it, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes describes alleged abuses of surveillance...

Why stock markets crash – lessons from recent history

By Enrico Onali

Stock markets around the world suffered sudden, heavy losses on February 5 and 6. Following a 4.6% drop in the Dow Jones on the Monday, the Japanese Nikkei index fell by 4.6%, and European markets followed suit, with the...

Police mugshots: millions of citizens' faces are now digitised and searchable – but the tech is poor

By Martin Paul Evison

The steady march of technological progress has finally shone its light into the dingy world of the mugshot the commonplace name given to the photograph of a police suspect. The mugshot represents one of the earliest...

Does a sugar tax cause alcohol sales to spike? The research doesn't give a decisive answer

By Heng Jiang Et Al

Consuming sugar-sweetened drinks is associated with a range of health issues including weight gain and obesity. These are risk factors for diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, strokes and certain...

I've been diagnosed with iron deficiency, now what?

By Amanda Patterson Et Al

Iron deficiency is the most common nutrient deficiency in the developed world, affecting around one in three women of reproductive age. It can develop when iron intakes or iron absorption rates are unable to meet the...

Sense, think, act: the principle that governs everything from rocket landings to interest rates

By Christopher M Kellett

The successful first test flight of the SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch vehicle Wednesday morning was an amazing technological feat and fantastic theatre. The Falcon Heavy is the second most powerful rocket ever launched,...

2018 Winter Olympics set to begin against the backdrop of warm words and cold politics

By David Rowe Et Al

Mega sporting events are always heavily infused with politics, but the impending Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, have almost been buried in a geopolitical avalanche. Global tensions over North Koreas...

Why privatizing Puerto Rico's power grid won't solve its energy problems

By Arturo Massol-Deyá

Perhaps nothing is clearer to Puerto Ricans right now than the importance of having a good power grid. Hurricane Maria battered the island months ago, yet for many people the blackout continues. Not even the alleged 70...

Why the annual winter health crisis could be solved in homes, not hospitals

By Richard Morris

As winter continues, so does the usual soul searching about the state of the UKs National Health Service (NHS). Images of ambulances backing up outside emergency departments and patients lying on trolleys in corridors...

Amazon's new headquarters: here's what it will take to be the winning city

By Jim Coleman

Cities across the US are locked in fierce competition to host Amazons second headquarters known as HQ2. This is a big race: a shortlist of 20 cities seems to think this particular corporate investment can go a long way to...

Falcon Heavy: amazing launch – but what about the environmental impact?

By Ian Whittaker

SpaceX has now launched the most powerful spacecraft since the Apollo era the Falcon Heavy rocket setting the bar for future space launches. The most important thing about this reusable spacecraft is that it can carry a...

South Africa's future hinges on Ramaphosa's strategic skills

By Jakkie Cilliers

South Africas 2018 State of the Nation address by the president of South Africa has been postponed. This unprecedented step makes it clear that the country is seeing the final days of Jacob Zuma as president although it...

How the digitalisation of everything is making us more lonely

By Chris Allen

The UK government recently appointed its first minister of loneliness. The move came in response to increasing concern of a loneliness epidemic sweeping Western society. Psychologists define loneliness as a subjective,...

Gesture politics and foreign aid: evidence vs spin

By Pablo Yanguas

Secretary of State for International Development Penny Mordaunt has warned recipient governments that they face cuts in UK aid if they dont put their hands in their pockets. Her warning is grounded on a claim of public...

How neoliberalism is damaging your mental health

By Ruth Cain

There is a widespread perception that mental ill health is on the rise in the West, in tandem with a prolonged decline in collective well-being. The idea that there are social and economic causes behind this perceived...

Critical infrastructure firms face crackdown over poor cybersecurity

By Eerke Boiten

An EU-wide cyber security law is due to come into force in May to ensure that organisations providing critical national infrastructure services have robust systems in place to withstand cyber attacks. The legislation...

California's other drought: A major earthquake is overdue

By Richard Aster

California earthquakes are a geologic inevitability. The state straddles the North American and Pacific tectonic plates and is crisscrossed by the San Andreas and other active fault systems. The magnitude 7.9 earthquake...

Here's how workers would spend the corporate tax cut – if they had a voice

By Thomas Kochan

Over 200 CEOs have said they will raise wages or give bonuses as a result of the large corporate income tax cut passed late last year by Congress. Some view their plans as simply a public relations move, others as a...

Nassar's abuse reflects more than 50 years of men's power over female athletes

By Anne Blaschke

Youve got a lucky boyfriend. These were the words the physicians assistant conducting my gynecological exam in 1998 uttered as he suggestively smiled down at me over my paper gown. I lay on the exam table, 20 years old,...

Why ignoring mental health needs of young Syrian refugees could harm us all

By M. Zaher Sahloul

When a seven-year-old student in eastern Aleppo was asked at the peak of the bombardment campaign by the Assad regime in 2015 to draw a picture, he did not draw children playing, nor did he draw a blue sky or a smiling...

Parliament may not have what it takes to fix its crumbling house

By Matthew Flinders

Back in 2015, a detailed analysis of the Palace of Westminster concluded that the risk of catastrophic failure is increasing … a major failing of the existing service infrastructure is inevitable. As the subsequent...

Jakarta: social and housing justice should not be a gamble on global market's table

By Alessandra Renzi

As a sociologist and media scholar with an interest in emerging forms of civic engagement, I initially came to Jakarta - the worlds Twitter capital - to research innovative social media uses. Instead, my first visits to...

What the Coincheck hack tells us about how Australian regulators will handle a cryptocurrency hack

By Philippa Ryan

New risk rules for cryptocurrency exchanges will be put to the test with the latest hack on Japanese exchange Coincheck. Hackers stole US$660 million worth of NEM (its native cryptocurrency). In the past eight years,...

Is it possible to live off-grid?

As interest grows in self-sufficient, sustainable communities, and fears over Europes reliance on gas imports increase, more and more people are considering moving off-grid. Pioneering companies are already building...

Oil in Global Economy Series: Key highlights from IEA’s March MOMR

12:15 PM| Commentary

Yesterday, International Energy Agency released its monthly oil market report, which remains quite bearish. The report suggests an easing oil market. Here are the key highlights, Global supplies: Global oil supply...

Commodities snapshot (precious & industrial)

12:56 PM| Commentary

The metal pack is down today. The performance this week at a glance in chart table - Gold: Gold is struggling to gain as it failed to break key resistance around $1350 area and as lack of risk aversion weighs....

U.S. Treasuries jump on safe-haven demand after President Trump fires Chief Security Advisor McMaster

11:07 AM| Commentary Economy

The U.S. Treasuries jumped Friday after President Donald Trump announced the replacement of his Chief Security Advisor HR McMaster, again leaving the U.S. administration in a cloud of shackles, a couple of days after the...

U.S. under Trump Series: Media speculates national security advisor McMaster to be next in line for cabinet reshuffle

10:44 AM| Commentary

U.S. media and political analysts are speculating that President Donald Trumps National Security Advisor H. R. McMaster is the next person in the firing line after Chief Economic Advisor Gary Cohn and the Secretary of...

Global Geopolitical Series: Russia to retaliate by expelling British diplomats

10:21 AM| Commentary

Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov indicated that Russia is likely to retaliate in kind against the UK Prime Minister Theresa Mays decision to expel 23 Russian diplomats from the country in response to the attempted...

German bunds gain after Eurozone February consumer price inflation misses market expectations

10:20 AM| Commentary Economy

The German bunds gained Friday after Eurozones consumer price inflation index (CPI) for the month of February failed to meet market expectations, thus boosting safe-haven demand. The German 10-year bond yields, which...

US economy likely to grow at 2.6 pct in 2018, Fed to hike four times: Bank J. Safra Sarasin

09:22 AM| Commentary Economy

Growth remains very strong in all regions and recession risks are low even though the US-fiscal policy increases the medium-term risks of a boom-bust cycle. Main forecast revisions are that we now expect four Fed hikes in...

FxWirePro: Uphold commodity derivatives trades for hedging crude price risks

08:32 AM| Research & Analysis Insights & Views

Brent traded in a $2/bbl range this week. After losing 2.9% in the first four days of the current week, it recovered most of those losses on Friday 09 March. Weekly decline in US oil rig count was also supportive of oil...

U.S. Federal Reserve likely to raise interest rates by 0.25 pct at March policy meeting, says Lloyds Bank

06:35 AM| Commentary Central Banks Economy

The United States Federal Reserve is expected to increase its policy interest rates by 0.25 percent at its March 20 -21 meeting, moving the target range up to 1.5-1.75 percent. If implemented, it will be the sixth hike in...

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Low-carbon computing is needed to avoid a technological collapse

By Oscar Céspedes - 05:15 AM| Insights & Views Science

Human society has come to rely on superior gadgets being produced every year. Each year, new phones or laptops are faster, sleeker and have even more capabilities. However, electronics are rarely recycled, and the carbon...

Big brands ripping off street art is not cool: why illegal graffiti should be protected by copyright

By Enrico Bonadio - 05:18 AM| Insights & Views Business Law

When street artist Jason Revok Williams sprayed his trademark chevrons on a handball court in Brooklyn, he probably didnt imagine he would end up taking a high-street fashion giant to court for breach of copyright. But...

Free divers have long defied science – and we still don't really understand how they go so deep

By Kevin Fong - 05:23 AM| Insights & Views Science

Free divers swim to extreme depths underwater (the current record is 214m) without any breathing apparatus. Champions can hold their breath for extraordinary amounts of time the record for women is nine minutes, and men...

Blockchain Revolution Series Digital Currency Revolution

Digital Currency and Blockchain Weekly Round-up – March 16th, 2018

11:30 AM| Digital Currency

IMFs Christine Lagarde calls for international cooperation to fight bitcoin perils Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), has called for international cooperation in order to...

Digital Currency Revolution

Litmus test will be public trust and acceptance: MAS’ Ravi Menon on cryptocurrencies as money

10:46 AM| Digital Currency

The litmus test of whether cryptocurrencies can become money will be public trust and acceptance, according to Ravi Menon, Managing Director, Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS). Speaking at Money20/20, Menon shared...

Digital Currency Revolution

G20 meeting to discuss cryptocurrencies and related risks

05:56 AM| Digital Currency

The first meeting of G20 finance ministers and central bank governors is going to focus on cryptocurrencies, among other issues, CoinDesk reported. The G20 summit will be held in Buenos Aires on March 19 and 20....

Blockchain Revolution Series

Investment Association of China to launch Global Blockchain Investment and Development Center

04:48 AM| Digital Currency

An investment association led by the Chinese government is establishing a funding center in a bid to support blockchain development efforts in the country, CoinDesk reported referring a local news outlet The Paper. The...

Startup Wants To Kill Its Customers, Literally Kill Them

05:12 AM| Science

Companies offering macabre products and services are nothing new. There are many that sell human body parts, books covered in human skin, and even cadavers that have been skinned. However, startups like Nectome are...

Digital Currency Revolution

Playboy Enterprises to roll out cryptocurrency wallet this year

03:58 AM| Digital Currency

Global media and lifestyle company Playboy Enterprises is developing an online payment wallet that will support a number of cryptocurrencies across its online media, digital and casual gaming businesses. In its media...

Walmart Could Be Thinking Of Creating Robot Bees

05:11 AM| Technology

The concept might be trite, at this point, but the idea of robotic insects being created has likely been ruined in the minds of those who have seen that Black Mirror episode where robot bees were used to commit mass...

Apple Blocks Iranian Users From App Store, Bows To Government Demands

05:11 AM| Technology

Bowing to the demands of the Iranian government, Apple has decided to block users in the country from its App Store. Its unlikely that the Cupertino firm would have chosen to do this on its own, but it does seem to be...

Microsoft Invests More In Cloud, Prepares For Future Of Xbox

05:10 AM| Technology

Its no secret that the Cloud has had enormous influence in shaping many industries in the digital age. Gone are the days when companies store all of their data in in-house servers and even streaming services are now using...

Econotimes Series


UK gilts climb as investors shrug-off better-than-expected February retail sales; BoE’s policy decision in focus

The UK gilts climbed Thursday after investors have largely shrugged-off the countrys better-than-expected retail sales for the month of February ahead of the Bank of Englands (BoE) monetary policy decision, scheduled to be...

German bunds surge after March manufacturing PMI misses expectations, Ifo business climate index in line with estimates

The German bunds surged during European session Thursday after the countrys manufacturing PMI for the month of March missed market expectations, also falling as compared to the reading in February. However, the Ifo...

Global Geopolitical Series: U.S. Commerce Department announces preliminary AD on imports of Stainless Steel Flanges from China and India

Earlier this week, the U.S. Commerce Department announced preliminary results of the Anti-dumping Duty (AD) investigation on imports of Stainless Steel Flanges from China and India. The investigations were initiated based...

Global Geopolitical Series: U.S. Commerce Department announces final AD and CVD on imports of Carbon and Alloy Steel Wire Rod from Italy, Korea, Spain, Turkey and the United Kingdom

Earlier this week, the U.S. Commerce Department announced final results of the Anti-dumping Duty (AD) and Countervailing Duty (CVD) investigations on imports of Carbon and Alloy Steel Wire Rod from Italy, Korea, Spain,...

USD/TRY likely to stabilize at around 4.00 by late-2018, says Commerzbank

The USD/TRY currency pair is expected to stabilize at around 4.00 level by the end of this year, according to the latest research report from Commerzbank. The lira appeared to stabilize yesterday as the USD retreated ahead...


Empowering the powerless: Let's end energy poverty

Power to the people, the activists chanted in the 1960s. The revolutionaries of yesteryear never dreamed of the scientific and technological innovations that could light up distant shelters and communities in the...

Hunger in the lucky country – charities step in where government fails

The non-profit organisation Foodbank released its report Fighting Hunger in Australia this month. Like earlier research it reported that around 15% of Australians experienced food insecurity an extraordinary figure...

What the government shutdown means for the health of Americans

Morten Wendelbo, Lecturer, Bush School of Government and Public Service; Research Fellow, Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs; and, Policy Sciences Lecturer, Texas AM University Libraries, Texas AM...

For black celebrities like Oprah, it's impossible to be apolitical

Oprah Winfreys rousing Golden Globe speech has many speculating whether the media mogul will become a presidential candidate in 2020, with some pundits questioning the merits of another celebrity president. But to...

Politicians are inflating the evidence used to justify tax increases

Chris Doucouliagos, Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, Deakin Business School and Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation, Deakin University Many government policies are flawed because...


A timeline of Stephen Hawking's life

Acclaimed British theoretical physicist, cosmologist and author Stephen Hawking has died aged 76. After being diagnosed at the age of 21, he had lived for more than half a century with motor neurone disease. A family...

Arnold Schwarzenegger Joins ‘Sue Big Oil’ Bandwagon, Charge Is ‘First-Degree Murder’

With the rise of renewable energy and information with regards to the environmental impact of fossil fuel becoming more readily available, Big Oil is constantly being bombarded by threats from all sides. Most recent of...

China Built A Huge Tower To Suck Smog Out Of The Air

Due to decades of fossil fuel abuse and horrible environmental policies, Chinas air became one of the worlds most polluted. Smog in the country became so unbearable, in fact, that citizens were encouraged not to go out...

Apocalyptic Scene Visits British Shores, Thousands Of Dead Creatures Wash Up On Beaches

In what will likely come close to the visions of what many people might imagine the apocalypse would look like, thousands upon thousands of dead sea creatures washed up on the beaches of the United Kingdom. Corpses of...

DARPA Wants To Alter Soldiers’ Biology To Save Their Lives During Combat

Whenever soldiers go to war, theres always a high probability of mass casualties. Field medics often lose patients despite their best efforts due to the short amount of time they have to work with. Called the golden hour,...


Unity Aims To Dominate The Video Game Engine Market Through Sheer Quality

Practically ubiquitous in its presence in the video game industry, Unity is one of the most widely used engines for powering games. In a recent event, however, the company made it clear that it intends to keep climbing to...

Professor Stephen Hawking Honored With Interment Near Isaac Newton And Charles Darwin

Westminster Abbey is home to the ashes of some of the most well-known and important figures in history, including the father of modern physics, Sir Isaac Newton and the scientist who changed the world with The Theory of...

Bumble Lashes Out At Tinder Parent Company Over Lawsuit, ‘We’ll Never Be Yours’

In a drama fit to be a daytime soap plot, two dating site companies are currently locked in a heated legal struggle for dominance. Just to make things even spicier, one caters to womens desire to be more forward and the...

PUBG Mobile Is Live And It’s Free

It seems PUBG Corp. has finally decided to take Fortnite seriously with the release of its own mobile game. Epic Games own take on the Battle Royale formula has been absolutely overshadowing the title that made the format...

Fornite Twitch Streamer Ninja Makes $500,000/Month

Making money by creating videos and uploading them to the internet or streaming live videos for any reason has been a legitimate means of earning income for over a decade now. However, one Twitch streamer who goes by the...
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