Still reeling from the withdrawal in Afghanistan, America is battling political polarisation and social division at home as ...
But New York is resilient. In this film, Jon Fasman, The Economist’s US digital editor remembers the tragedy of 9/11 and asks what lessons from the recovery can be applied to the city today.
This week we speak to Dr Scott Gottlieb, the former commissioner of America’s Food and Drug Administration from 2017 to 2019 ...
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Billions of people around the world have now been vaccinated against covid-19. Yet the pandemic is far from over. The World Health Organisation (WHO) is investigating over 15 variants of the virus ...
Derived from the most abundant element in the universe, hydrogen fuel is clean, flexible, and energy-efficient. Current projections indicate that by 2030 the hydrogen economy could be worth $500bn.
Also on the daily podcast: how Justin Trudeau’s election gamble is playing out and why the country of Georgia has so few girls Sep 9th 2021 ...
THE CHAOTIC scenes at Kabul airport last month were a tragic epilogue to the twenty-year war in Afghanistan led by America with a wide coalition of allies. Few had predicted the speed of the ...