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The idea that China engages in so-called "Debt Trap Diplomacy" is almost apocryphal. There is a persistent media narrative that China makes big infrastructure investments oversees as part of its Belt and Road Initiative, and when countries cant replay those loans China seizes infrastructure. My guest today, Deborah Brautigam, is the director of the…
There's more deflation among Canadians over inflation, as the cost of living keeps soaring to record highs. How food prices are taking a bigger bite out of bottom lines, and how some businesses already struggling from the pandemic can't catch a break. Uncertainty is lingering for the almost 1,000 Ukrainian troops who have surrendered to Russia. How…
Could tens of billions of dollars stop the world’s poorest going hungry? The World Bank is hoping cash will help those hardest hit by global food shortages. But with Ukraine and other conflicts creating a squeeze on exports of key commodities, the UN is calling for a political solution.A landmark deal in the US means women and men will be paid the …
Antonio Guterres said the war in Ukraine was compounding global food insecurity, already worsened by warming temperatures and the pandemic. Also: Russian soldier pleads guilty in war crimes trial, and US Soccer agrees to equal pay deal.By BBC World Service
For weeks now, baby formula has been hard to find in some US states. Amid pandemic supply chain issues and a formula plant shutdown, global trade policy is also responsible for the crisis. And on Tuesday, an armed opposition group tried to take power in Tripoli, Libya’s capital, sparking armed clashes between rivals. We hear about the challenges Li…
Climate chaos continues to crush crops all over the world. How long till the food shortages hit home? From the US Southwest to Siberia – wildfires are already raging, and summer is still a month away. The skies above the fires are all too often crisscrossed with climate engineering aerosol dispersions, though geoengineering operations are still off…
The head of the UN weather agency, WMO, has told UN News that with the cost of renewable energy falling, and new investment from the private sector, we have the tools to limit global warming to the globally-agreed limit of 1.5 degrees Celsius. WMO chief Petteri Taalas, was speaking on Wednesday, as the State of the Climate 2021 report showed that n…
The free-wheeling globalization era is over: That makes life tough for Anne-Marie Trevelyan, the British Trade Secretary charged with selling her country’s “Global Britain” policy. Singapore’s Trade Minister Gan Kim Yong has to cope with the rise of his massive neighbor, China. Both are promoting export hubs battered from all sides as first Covid a…
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State media says North Korea's leader Kim Jong-Un strongly criticized healthcare officials for what he called a botched response to epidemic prevention, as cases soar to more than a million.Also China's weakening economy is blamed on lockdowns.By BBC World Service
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Journalists and researchers from five countries discuss press freedom Originally published on Global Voices Image courtesy Ameya Nagarajan This week, we did something different. As part of our special coverage on press freedom, we interviewed five people about press freedom in their countries to get a sense of what are the challenges the media face…
Stakeholder capitalism — the idea that companies are responsible to a wide range of stakeholders in addition to shareholders — was a big focus at the last iteration of Davos, the annual meeting hosted by the World Economic Forum that brings together global leaders from governments, business and academia in Switzerland. In 2022, Davos is scheduled t…
This week political dynasty heir and TikTok star Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. brought his corrupt family back to power in the Philippines 36 years after his father was ousted in a public revolution. The Washington Post’s Regine Cabato joins Deep Dish to explain how Filipinos lost faith in democracy, why disinformation works so well in the Philip…
A global dislocation of clean tanker tonnage has driven freight volatility in recent weeks, as charterers scramble for barrels in east and west of Suez markets to satisfy European and South American demand. In this episode of the Commodities Focus podcast, Americas freight senior managing editor Barbara Troner speaks with EMEA middle distillate edi…
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So, it was my pleasure to sit down with my colleague, Colin Bradford in the Virtual Studio to talk about the rising geopolitical tensions in the global order and the evident threats to the continuation of global governance, especially in the G20. There continues to be sharp relations between China and the United States. These relations have only be…
Amid the Russia-Ukraine conflict, COVID-19 lockdowns and associated supply chain disruptions, globalization is arguably facing its biggest test of the post-Cold War era. In this episode of Exchanges at Goldman Sachs, Adam Posen, president of the Peterson Institute for International Economics, Dani Rodrik, professor at the Harvard Kennedy School of …