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15.04.21 00:00 India has proved to be a popular—and clever—investor in poor countries

It cannot match China’s heft in foreign investment, but offers lessons for other investors

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11.04.21 00:00 Covid-19 is fuelling a Zoom-boom in cosmetic surgery

Depressed by your appearance on video calls? Men and women alike are splashing out on face-lifts, lip-plumping and more

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11.04.21 00:00 India has proved to be a popular—and clever—investor in poor countries

It cannot match China’s heft in foreign investment, but offers lessons for other investors

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10.04.21 00:00 Love them or hate them, virtual meetings are here to stay

New research shows the costs and benefits of remote work

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07.04.21 00:00 When brawn and technology ruin the spectacle of sports

Golf and tennis seek to restrain the march of tech. Athletics and swimming want more of it

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31.03.21 00:00 Almost one billion doses of covid-19 vaccines have been produced

The world is working out how to share them

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27.03.21 00:00 Brain injuries are startlingly common among those who have committed crimes

Preventing them could lower crime rates

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21.03.21 00:00 UN peacekeeping is hamstrung by national rules for its troops

Despite reforms, a system that too often values soldiers’ safety over civilian lives may get worse

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20.03.21 00:00 The pandemic has changed the shape of global happiness

The old have become happier and the young more miserable

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13.03.21 00:00 Nicaragua shows how poor countries can reduce domestic violence

Women’s groups have been a force for change

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11.03.21 00:00 Violence against women is a scourge on poor countries

But women’s campaigns are starting to have an effect

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04.03.21 15:47 Poor countries struggling with debt fight to get help

New power struggles among lenders are complicating negotiations

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03.03.21 00:00 As covid-19 vaccines spread, so do underhand ways to get them

Not everyone is prepared to wait their turn

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01.03.21 00:00 How far-right extremism is becoming a global threat

The blend of revanchism and conspiracism seen in America’s Capitol riots is crossing borders

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28.02.21 00:00 Is it time for “ecocide” to become an international crime?

A growing movement wants destruction of the environment to be treated like genocide and crimes against humanity

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22.02.21 00:00 Covid-19 has persuaded some parents that home-schooling is better

Some plan to carry on even after the pandemic

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20.02.21 00:00 The pandemic made the world realise the importance of human contact

Touch is the only sense crucial to humans’ survival

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11.02.21 15:49 Censorious governments are abusing “fake news” laws

The pandemic is giving them an excuse to gag reporters

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06.02.21 00:00 Even before covid-19, nightclubs were struggling

The pandemic has left them fighting for their survival

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04.02.21 00:00 Repressive regimes are tightening their grip on their citizens abroad

A sorry tale of killings, kidnappings and technologically enhanced intimidation

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31.01.21 00:00 Surrogacy reform is spreading in the rich world

While many poor countries are putting up obstacles

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30.01.21 00:00 Why do some people risk their lives for fun?

The pandemic has shown how risk-averse humans usually are. But there are always outliers

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23.01.21 00:00 Messaging services are providing a more private internet

This has advantages—and risks

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16.01.21 00:00 Political theorists have been worrying about mob rule for 2,000 years

Plato’s “Republic” was, in part, a meditation on the evils of mob rule

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16.01.21 00:00 Digital media fuel global protests but can be used against them

The pandemic and online repression have given many governments the upper hand

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10.01.21 00:00 The expulsion of Donald Trump marks a watershed for Facebook and Twitter

Assailed from both right and left, the social-media giants will face ever closer scrutiny

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09.01.21 00:00 Wikipedia is 20, and its reputation has never been higher

The crowdsourced encyclopedia is a welcome oddity on the modern internet

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09.01.21 00:00 The Capitol riot is a godsend for America's critics

From glee to embarrassment, the international reaction to the events of January 6th

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02.01.21 00:00 Laws to catch human-rights abusers are growing teeth

Despite the best efforts of China, Russia and other illiberal powers to de-fang them

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22.12.20 00:00 Lessons from the pandemic

What a particle a ten-thousandth of a millimetre in diameter has taught the inhabitants of a globe 120 billion billion times its size

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19.12.20 00:00 Covid-19 has posed new challenges to the world’s waste-pickers

Those who are better organised have prospered more

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14.12.20 00:00 Talks at the WTO to save the world’s fish fail to reach agreement

A missed deadline is terrible news for the oceans

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13.12.20 00:00 Paris-anniversary climate pledges bring progress but fall short

Promises at the Climate Ambition summit do not mark a real turning-point

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12.12.20 00:00 An English ruling on transgender teens could have global repercussions

Worries grow over treatments that can leave children sterile

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07.12.20 00:00 Covid-19 spurs national plans to give citizens digital identities

MOSIP, an open-source platform developed in India, will be central to many of those efforts

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05.12.20 00:00 The pandemic may be encouraging people to live in larger groups

In lockdown people see the appeal of housemates

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01.12.20 00:00 The UN calls for a surge in aid to help 160m desperate people

Covid-19 means record numbers are in need of humanitarian assistance. But will a cash-strapped world respond?

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25.11.20 00:00 The pandemic has prompted questions about high-stakes exams

But other ways of assessing students create new problems

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21.11.20 00:00 Covid-19 has shone a light on racial disparities in health

Unpicking the causes of gaps in health outcomes requires better data than most countries currently collect

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17.11.20 00:00 Naval drills in the Indian Ocean give bite to the anti-China “Quad”

America, Australia, India and Japan are building a formidable diplomatic bloc

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14.11.20 00:00 What the world wants from Joe Biden

The president-elect will face a torrent of demands

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11.11.20 00:00 Educational technology is coming of age during the pandemic

Nowhere more so than in India

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08.11.20 00:00 Calls to boycott the Beijing winter Olympics are growing stronger

The International Olympic Committee will be just as worried as China

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05.11.20 16:12 Even as traditional globalisation has slowed, a new kind has sped up

Global hipster culture is spreading to even the world’s poorest countries

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28.10.20 00:00 The pandemic may be leading to fewer babies in rich countries

And perhaps more in poor ones

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25.10.20 00:00 Can the stain of forced and child labour be removed from cotton?

Ensuring that cotton clothing comes from ethical producers is more difficult than it seems

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24.10.20 00:00 Illegal fishing fleets plunder the oceans

They devastate seafood stocks and treat their crews abominably

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19.10.20 00:00 The scandal-hit market for passports and long-term visas is booming

The urge to escape covid-19 has given it a boost

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17.10.20 00:00 The pandemic has eroded democracy and respect for human rights

Strongmen have taken advantage of covid-19 in numerous ways

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12.10.20 00:00 Across the world central governments face local covid-19 revolts

Devolved decision-making helps; but tensions between tiers of government are inevitable

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