Media Watch

'19Jan
12

Commentary: New habits, strategies and skills needed as global economy sands shift

SINGAPORE: We are moving into a new era. Longheld geopolitical and international economics norms are being upended. Technology is also transforming how we live, work and play.A WORLD AWASHED IN CHAOSThe trade war...
'19Jan
12

Commentary: New habits, strategies and skills needed as global economy sands shift

SINGAPORE: We are moving into a new era. Longheld geopolitical and international economics norms are being upended. Technology is also transforming how we live, work and play.A WORLD AWASHED IN CHAOSThe trade war...
'19Jan
10

This is the year to stop the threats to humanity

Let us hope that this year is the year when the historical tide turns.Last year, divisions within and between countries continued to deepen, and while geopolitical tensions and political tribalism have transformed...
'19Jan
09

Britain Will no Longer be Bound by EU Sanctions After Brexit

In-Depth Coverage By Henry Ridgwell January 09, 2019With the March deadline approaching for Britain to depart the European Union, there are concerns that Britain's exit could undermine Western sanctions against...
'19Jan
09

Britain Will no Longer be Bound by EU Sanctions After Brexit

In-Depth Coverage By Henry Ridgwell January 09, 2019With the March deadline approaching for Britain to depart the European Union, there are concerns that Britain's exit could undermine Western sanctions against...
'19Jan
09

Israel's intelligence chief warns of foreign election interference

On Tuesday evening, following the publication of Argaman's comments, the ISA, also known as the Shin Bet, issued a statement that said: "The State of Israel and the intelligence apparatus has the tools and the...
'19Jan
09

How can Europe tackle fake news in the digital age?

Euronews spoke with Chris Marsden, a lawyer and professor of media law at the University of Sussex in the UK. He, along with political scientist Trisha Meyer, presented the findings of a study they co-authored to...
'19Jan
09

How can Europe tackle fake news in the digital age?

Euronews spoke with Chris Marsden, a lawyer and professor of media law at the University of Sussex in the UK. He, along with political scientist Trisha Meyer, presented the findings of a study they co-authored to...
'19Jan
07

Kenyan family businesses open doors to outsider professionals

Enterprise Kenyan family businesses open doors to outsider professionals Monday, January 7, 2019 20:38 By PATRICK ALUSHULA PwC says family businesses will more than before require a strong combination of...
'19Jan
06

The tall stories we tell ourselves about happiness

There are countless stories about how we ought to live our lives. We are expected to be ambitious; to want to be wealthy, successful and well educated; to get married, be monogamous and have kids. These social...
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