- China’s changing debt diplomacyTime to work with Western creditors
- Gene tweaking: a new era beginsScience has made a genetic revolution possible
- How diversity training can backfire?Many programmes may do more to protect against litigation than to reduce discrimination
- Streaming wars: dragons v hobbitsA century-old studio wages a big-budget war against a streaming upstart
September-October 2022, Issue 539
Railways can be a world unto themselves. When properly managed, this can mean it’s easier to get things done on the railways than in other parts of an economy. That should be a huge opportunity for reducing climate emissions by getting passengers off the roads and out of the skies. But unless we re-purpose rail networks to serve the interests of people – and not those of the empires and corporations which built them and run them to this day – we can’t succeed. This edition explores how we can make a start on this task.
With an election looming, Jair Bolsonaro has set an economic timebomb for Brazil, writes Leonardo Sakamoto.
The Economist Magazine, May 21, 2022 – War is tipping a fragile world towards mass hunger. Fixing that is everyone’s business.
Monocle’s editorial director Tyler Brûlé and panellists Aleksandra Tirziu and Chandra Kurt cover the weekend’s biggest news. Plus: we check in with our friends and contributors in London, Helsinki and Hong Kong.
This week The World Economic Forum are highlighting 4 top stories – millennial retirement savings, slingshot tech for satellite launches, China’s cheapest electric car, and Paris noise sensors
The World Economic Forum is the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation. The Forum engages the foremost political, business, cultural and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas. We believe that progress happens by bringing together people from all walks of life who have the drive and the influence to make positive change.
This week The World Economic Forum are highlighting 4 top stories – new solar panels that work at night, how Lithuania has cut Russian gas imports, first aid training in Ukraine, and how new e-chopsticks can add taste to your food.
Monocle’s Tyler Brûlé in conversation with Andrew Tuck, Benno Zogg, Urs Bühler, Karl Blöndal and Gwen Robinson.