David Cronin at Al Jazeera on President Barack Obama’s trip to Europe. “The European Union's chief representatives will be eager to cuddle up for photographs - perhaps even selfies - with Barack Obama when he pays his first presidential visit to Brussels this week. Amid all the backslapping, the "friction" of the recent past will be politely overlooked. Why let a beautiful friendship be spoiled by a littlesnooping on Angela Merkel's phone calls or an American diplomat's use of an expletive to insist the EU keeps its nose out of Ukraine?” Cronin writes. “If Obama's trade plans materialise, he will have done even more than his predecessor to cosset big business. Surely, it's time that we, the 99 percent of Europeans, finally see Obama for what he is and that we denounce our own leaders for being in cahoots with him.”
The drawer of the refrigerator - where most bags of salad, blueberries and raspberries go to die. I learned a nifty tip recently – putting cilantro in a cup of water makes it last ages. Kavita Shukla, a Harvard-graduate-turned-entrepreneur, came up with something much more clever. Sheets of paper infused [...]
The African Development Bank estimates that illicit financial flows have drained in excess of a trillion dollars from Africa since 1980. These flows undermine the tax base, damage political institutions and exacerbate inequality. With major momentum behind global counter-measures, there are clear opportunities for progress at the regional level – including through stronger information exchange and cooperation, tax base harmonization and innovative uses of trade data.
We already know that the broadcast media devotes very little time to climate change—and that, when it does, it often botches things. A new study shows another way in which the big three broadcast networks are getting it wrong when it comes to t...
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