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Why many World Heritage sites are at risk

UNESCO's World Heritage site designation aims to protect the world's most valuable natural and cultural treasures. But...

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France’s presidential election: A populist front

French voters go to the polls on Sunday for the first round of the country’s presidential election. We go to Marine Le...

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The changing space race

The space race has changed since the Soviet Union sent Sputnik 1, the first man-made satellite, into space in 1957. The...

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Deep-sea mining could transform the globe

Gold alone found on the sea floor is estimated to be worth $150 trn. But the cost to the planet of extracting it could be...

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The dim reality of South Africa's new dawn

In April 1994, South Africa held its first democratic elections and all races went to the polls to bury apartheid for...

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The Palestinian Museum with no exhibits

Omar al-Qattan has dedicated 20 years to building a museum celebrating Palestinian cultural expression and heritage yet...

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Tyler Cowen: The Economics of Choosing the Right Career

As many who entered the labor market following the Great Recession know all too well, graduating with a college degree...

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Why Governments Create Inflation

Inflation can carry with it quite a few costs. But some governments, like Zimbabwe under President Robert Mugabe in the...

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Office Hours: Costs of Inflation

This wk: Learn how adjust for taxes and inflation to calculate the real rate of return on your savings....

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The Complacent Class (Episode 1/5)

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The New Era of Segregation (Episode 2/5)

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American Stasis (Episode 3/5)

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The Missing Men (Episode 4/5)

We’re going to paint a not-so-pretty picture of the current U.S. labor force: Millions of working age (25-54) American...

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The Great Reset (Episode 5/5)

Economic progress is not continual and inevitable. It can be disrupted with short downturns and, as we’ve seen in this...

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Intro to Business Fluctuations

This wk: Get acquainted with the basics of business fluctuations as we dive back into the final videos of our Macro...

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What makes financial bubbles burst?

Financial bubbles have popped up throughout modern history—from Dutch tulip mania to the more recent sub prime lending...

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The world if robots take our jobs

Computers are taking on increasingly sophisticated tasks, a trend which will cost many people their jobs. With so much...

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Donald Trump’s controversial pick for US ambassador to Israel

David Friedman, President Trump’s nominee for US ambassador to Israel has no diplomatic experience and is known for...

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Should gene-editing be embraced?

Gene-editing opens up a world of possibilities. But it also raises some difficult questions. We go behind this week’s...

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How Robert Mugabe wrecked Zimbabwe

President Mugabe's economic mismanagement of Zimbabwe has brought the country poverty and malnutrition. After 36 years in...

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How Donald Trump plans to approach Iran

How much tougher is Trump than Obama when it comes to Iran? Matthew Symonds, our defence and diplomatic editor, explains...

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Saving corals from the effects of climate change

With the world's corals threatened with extinction, scientists are using cutting edge technology to help these planetary...

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Kal draws...the sweeper

The rocky start to President Donald Trump’s presidency has left America’s most respected office in chaos. Luckily for Mr...

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Rex Tillerson: America’s new chief emissary

Rex Tillerson, America’s secretary of state, will need all his nimble diplomacy when he meets Mexico’s president Enrique...

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Corals: the largest organism on the planet

From providing much of the oxygen we breathe to hosting myriad forms of life, corals are a critical part of our planet's...

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The dirty secret of clean energy

The road to a future with an unlimited supply of clean energy is a rocky one. Ed Carr, our deputy editor, explains why...

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