The Economist's Feb. 6 cover displayed the Venus de Milo statue pointing a revolver, with the headline "Go ahead, Angela, make my day." In the editors' upside-down world, Greece is threatening Europe, or at least Germany. Really?...
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BY JOHN WARD In 2015, only four democracies are enacting the Will of the People I realise these days I’m becoming a repetitive old git, but in the midst of the media’s superficial (and generally negative) obsession with a brave attempt by intelligent Greek thinkers to bring sanity to the EU table, I thought it might be useful to restate what’s new in a historical sense, rather than what just happened on the news. I take part in a regular but informal email discussion group among cosmopolitan Gre
29-year-old Duncan Kirkwood of Montgomery Alabama recently created an extremely useful police accountability phone application called "Hands Up". The app allows users to record police encounters and automatically update the footage to online storage that cannot be accessed or deleted by the officers. Kirkwood said that he was inspired to create the app after he…
Syriza’s thumping win in Greece on an anti-austerity ticket should be a wake-up call, not just to the Brussels establishment, but to governments and opposition parties right across Europe, including Britain’s.
Improved methodology highlights 20% more people across the world in modern slavery than previous estimated, according to the Global Slavery Index 2014 Global Slavery Index 2014 key findings: Modern slavery exists in all 167 countries covered by the GSI Total number of people enslaved: 35.8 million people Improved methodology uncovers 20% more enslaved people than …
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