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The Agenda: Winnie Byanyima on inequality

Winnie Byanyima, the executive director of Oxfam International, discusses the world economy's failure to tackle the...

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The Agenda: Margrethe Vestager on Europe

Margrethe Vestager, European Commissioner for Competition, shares her views on an isolated Brussels at the centre of a...

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Theresa May should be pragmatic when negotiating with Donald Trump

Theresa May will be the first foreign leader to meet with President Donald Trump. Britain’s prime minister will need to...

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Causes of Inflation

In the last video, we learned the quantity theory of money and its corresponding identity equation: M x V = P x Y...

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Why are the Baltic states so rattled?

This week, soldiers from Germany and Belgium are settling into a new posting in Lithuania as part of the latest NATO...

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Arab Spring revisited—the battle for democracy in Egypt

Six years ago the biggest revolution of the Arab Spring sent shockwaves across the Arab world. The Egyptian revolution...

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A bitter election looms in Northern Ireland

The peace process in Northern Ireland has offered a model of post-conflict stability for the last decade but could that...

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Costs of Inflation: Price Confusion and Money Illusion

The inflation rate can be somewhat volatile and unpredictable. For example, let’s take the period between 1964 and 1983...

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Why would any country go to the trouble of changing its capital city?

In the past century no less than eight countries have changed their capital city. Although expensive to build, such an...

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The evolution of taxation by our cartoonist KAL

It wasn't always cold hard cash that the taxman was after. Our cartoonist looks at how tax has evolved through the ages....

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President Trump, here's how to give an inaugural address

David Litt, Barack Obama's former speechwriter, gives some pointers on how President Trump should approach his first task...

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The Agenda: Christine Lagarde on globalisation

From the elite bubble of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International...

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Learning to code will help you prepare for the jobs of tomorrow

Tech firms are going back to school. Find out what middle-school kids have got to do with populism—and why "learning to...

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Ghost fleet: History of a future war

P.W. Singer and August Cole talk about their new thriller, in which America's navy fights back against a Chinese invasion...

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The Agenda: Arianna Huffington on the media

Arianna Huffington, founder of The Huffington Post, shares her views on the role of journalism in a political world...

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Self-driving technology and highway trucks with no one at the wheel

Technological innovation and automation are transforming entire industries. As self-driving trucks hit the road, what...

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Truck drivers grapple with automation

The son of two truckers, Robert Kalista has driven trucks since the 1980s. Now this most American of industries seems to...

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Italy's Five Star Movement holds a rally in Turin

Beppe Grillo—a former stand-up comedian and leader of Italy's populist Five Star Movement—knows how to appeal to the...

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Hong Kong: pro-independence v pro-China

Hong Kong society is divided between those who want independence from the mainland and those who want to remain close to...

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The next President of France?

The French Socialist Party is gearing up for primaries to choose a candidate for the presidential election. But with...

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Populism is reshaping our world

From the streets of Turin to Silicon Valley, people power is taking the world by storm. With frustrations rising and the...

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Kal draws... Assad's bombshell announcement

Syria's president Bashar al-Assad claimed this week that the bombing of Aleppo was justified. Our cartoonist Kal...

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How will ride-sharing shape the future of transport?

Ride-sharing could transform the concept of car ownership and even the very fabric of our cities. We take a behind-the-...

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Behind the cover: lifelong learning

Innovation in robotics and artificial intelligence means that workers now need to acquire new skills in order to compete...

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Measuring Inflation

Inflation is common in a modern economy. Shifts in supply and demand for goods and services cause prices to change...

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Trump urges Congress to festinate

Today there is a vote in the United States Senate which could mark the beginning of the end of Obamacare. With president...

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