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As unrest in Hong Kong escalated over the summer, the Asian business world looked to Singapore.
The biotech industry is battling not just antimicrobial resistance but also fears over the spread of superbugs.
American beef firms have long resisted pressure to reduce their carbon footprints, but the global outcry over Amazon fires is leaving them with little choice.
Governments are turning the internet tap off as a key weapon to curb protests that are increasingly driven by social media.
India’s middle class is spending less, leading to a swift deceleration of one of the world’s major fast-growing economies.
From a nationalist diaspora to quirky memes, Beijing is using old and new propaganda tactics to counter the Hong Kong protests.
Thursday’s presidential debate will provide a platform for universal basic income — a plan to give you $1,000 every month.
Cannabis-infused drinks — alcoholic and nonalcoholic — are set to take over the beverage world.
Days before his make-or-break election, Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu meets world leaders, not voters, in an unlikely campaign strategy.
As the U.S. has been turning to its great rival, China, as the best bet to ensure peace in the war-torn nation.
When Argentine President Mauricio Macri sought an IMF bailout, the fund was quick to agree — a move that’s backfired on both Macri and the IMF.
A recent decision to lift a ban on elephant hunting could swing the upcoming election and reshape global conservation efforts.