International Trade Theories and Policy in the Developing Countries – A Critical Review

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By Kalim Siddiqui Over the centuries, the study of economics has produced a profusion of trade theories, each aspiring to model the real-world dynamics of...
Neocolonialism

Neocolonialism: An Analysis of International Factors on the Development of the Global South

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By Kalim Siddiqui Can former colonies truly get out from under the grip of developed countries? How has the economic, technological, and military advantage of...
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Tech Empowers Indigenous Languages at Risk: Efficient Handle of AI and Digital Solutions Prevent...

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By Marcelina Horrillo Husillos, Journalist and Correspondent at The World Financial Review “If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes...
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Affective Polarization is the Path to Toxic Political Polarization: A Growing Trend Which Potentially...

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By Marcelina Horrillo Husillos, Journalist and Correspondent  A research team from New York University found that Twitter messages that include moral or emotional words are...
Waste Recycling Efforts

A Comparative Look at the Waste Recycling Efforts of Indonesia and the United Kingdom

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By Nadine Haase and Michael Palocz-Andresen First, the definitions of plastic, plastic waste, and plastic pollution will be clarified, followed by the topic of importation...
Climate-induced terrorism

Climate-Induced Terrorism — the New Global Business Risk

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By Matt Ince While countries around the world struggle to meet the manifold challenges posed by climate change, there are those who would use the...
Indonesias Costly Connection

Indonesia’s Costly Connection

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By Ebi Junaidi and Alannah Perry Sometimes, the biggest hindrances to development are not ones that are easily seen. Indonesia is currently facing a logistical...
Export vs Import-Substitution

Developmental Challenges: Export vs Import-Substitution Industrialisation in Developing Countries

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By Kalim Siddiqui Does a developing economy get to choose between Export-led or Import-Substitution industrialisation or are there factors that make one more successful than...
To Feed a Hungry World

To Feed a Hungry World, Innovation Must Replace Complacency

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By Haim Taib Food insecurity and malnutrition are inextricably linked with the factors leading to the world's changing weather patterns, such as deforestation. These are...
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Fixing the World Economic Forum

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By Shawn Pope Although the World Economic Forum is a well known target of criticism, being seen by many as a secretive annual confabulation of...

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