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Japan arrive on world rugby stage in style

Japan arrive on world rugby stage in style

Japan weren’t expected to reach the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals, but they have confounded their critics and surprised the sport by unleashing a “unique” style — a combination of high-speed attack and defensive tenacity.

FATF: Groundwork and geopolitical maths

FATF: Groundwork and geopolitical maths

All eyes in Islamabad are riveted on Paris as the long-awaited verdict on Pakistan with regard to the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) – the abbreviation has assumed a common parlance of sorts – compliance report will be out this week. Listed on its grey list, the country is hoping to get back int

The high-tech start-up tackling online extremism

The high-tech start-up tackling online extremism

Vidhya Ramalingam believes it’s always possible to change, even for people deeply involved in the murky online world of far-right extremism.

Qatar Pavilion’s win at Expo Beijing 2019 an inspiration

Qatar Pavilion’s win at Expo Beijing 2019 an inspiration

Qatar has added a new success to its record of achievements with Qatar Pavilion in Expo Beijing 2019 being awarded the two most prestigious awards for foreign pavilions participating in the exhibition.

Food for thought: cities should aim for a ‘Planetary Health Diet’

Food for thought: cities should aim for a ‘Planetary Health Diet’

When 14 global cities committed to the C40 Good Food Cities Declaration last week in Copenhagen, Denmark, in order to promote and preserve the health of citizens and the health of the planet, the mayors concerned set in motion a process that should ideally be adopted across the world.

QSTP building bridges between Silicon Valley and Mena

QSTP building bridges between Silicon Valley and Mena

Among these startup success stories are MaktApp, a cloud-based software solution for businesses, and Stellic, whose software tool is now being used in 15 universities across Qatar, Mexico and the USA.

Indian property slump leaves beleaguered banks exposed

Indian property slump leaves beleaguered banks exposed

India might have thought the worst of a bad loans crisis was past, but a severe cash crunch in the real estate industry could augur fresh strife for its banks.

Shaping a global architecture for the post-liberal age

Shaping a global architecture for the post-liberal age

The world is going into a transition which is not happy times for liberal internationalists. No one can say with certainty how this crisis of liberal international will unfold.

Massive power shutdowns new normal for California?

Massive power shutdowns new normal for California?

Leave it to PG&E, the least trusted utility in California, to make a mess of its power shutdown designed to prevent another catastrophic wildfire.

Does public banking work?

Does public banking work?

Three decades after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the United States is finally embracing public banking.

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