We are ‘greening’ ourselves to extinction

More than a decade ago, investment experts James Altucher and Douglas Sease wrote a book for the Wall Street Journal

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Basra’s stampede is a metaphor for Iraq’s governance failures

It was meant to be the icing on the cake. The crowning of Iraq as champions of the Arabian Gulf

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The new year promises little change in Ruto’s Kenya

All evidence suggests that under President William Ruto’s rule, 2023 will see the Kenyan state settle down to its customary

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Want to be a true feminist ally? Learn from these men

David Challen never fully grasped how men’s violence and abuse affected women — until his mother Sally was convicted for killing her

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It is not true that Pelé did not fight racism

In the days after the death of football star Pelé, there was a global outpouring of grief and much reflection

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The Three Amigos and the US war on asylum seekers in Mexico

For his first international foray of 2023, United States President Joe Biden has swung down to Mexico City to attend

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Pelé meant the world to us Africans

The death of football legend Pelé has saddened millions of football fans. Born Edson Arantes do Nascimento, the Brazilian star

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The coming battle for the racist vote in America

We are in a newly built coliseum. It is wide enough to hold millions. Comfortably seated among us is a

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I wish for a silent Christmas

It is that time when columnists, like me, are asked to put down their mallets, reflect on the past year

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Advertisers should fear more than the chaos at Twitter

In the wake of Elon Musk’s chaotic takeover of Twitter, several of the world’s largest ad agencies have advised clients

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