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Comment – Can the Saudis be trusted with Hajj?

Published on Sep 9, 2016 A lot of Muslims from all different sects are upset about what is happening with Hajj. Whether management of Hajj or the destruction of religious heritage or the promotion of Wahhabism. Man...

G20: Focus on new challenges in the world economy

Published on Sep 7, 2016 The consensus reached at the just-concluded G20 Hangzhou Summit in China not only serves the common good of the G20 bloc, but also benefits the world economy and population. According to think...

Inside Story – Can China be a global economic leader?

Published on Sep 4, 2016 China is hosting G20 summit, hoping to transform it "from a crisis-response system, to a long-term-governance body". Presenter: Adrian Finighan Guests: Einar Tangen - economic affairs...

Friends in Politics: Between ‘never cross the line’ and ‘never burn the bridges’

Published on Sep 3, 2016 In coming days we're bound to see plenty of handshakes, smiles and talk of partnerships for the cameras but, as is often the case, there's a lot more to being 'friends' than meets the eye. ...

G20: Improving the new order of global economic governance

Published on Sep 4, 2016 Experts say China has assumed a responsible role by taking the decision of including emerging and developing countries in this year’s G20 Summit, as an attempt not to ignore the many different...

Putin: Russia Did Not Hack the DNC

Published on Sep 2, 2016 September 2 -- Vladimir Putin said the hacking of thousands of Democratic National Committee emails and documents was a service to the public, but denied U.S. accusations that Russia’s governm...

Who was Uzbekistan’s Islam Karimov?

Published on Sep 3, 2016 Islam Karimov has led Uzbekistan since 1989. For half of the nation's population, Karimov is the only president they've known. Mereana Hond takes a look back at his rule. - Subscribe to o...

Growth Crossings Singapore 2016: Supply-chain geopolitics

Simon Baptist, chief economist, The Economist Intelligence Unit Kevin Plumberg, managing editor, The Economist Intelligence Unit...

The changing face of technology in Asia

Charles Ross, senior editor, The Economist Intelligence Unit...

Former CIA head Michael Hayden on why he won’t endorse Trump or Clinton

Published on Aug 23, 2016 On August 15, General Michael Hayden, the former head of the CIA and NSA, said Donald Trump has "autocrat envy." Hayden was one of 50 officials from past Republican administrations who signed...

Can Burma overcome decades of bitter ethnic conflicts?

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Most Dangerous Jobs Of 2016

Published on Aug 16, 2016 These occupations put workers at a higher risk for injury or illness, often with surprisingly low salaries. Subscribe to FORBES: http://www.youtube.com/forbes Check out our full video cat...

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