After posting record earnings, the world’s biggest miner looks ahead to stimulus policies.
Clara Ferreira Marques
Prices are boiling over as extreme weather thrashes bean growers.
The human rights group has fallen into a fairness trap. Its secretary general’s response to critics has been more disturbing still.
Higher costs and volatile politics are discouraging investments in new projects.
During his presidency, Jair Bolsonaro has expanded the armed forces’ presence in the political sphere. By ceding them a role in vote monitoring, electoral authorities make a bad situation worse.
Mediation attempts will struggle while Russia remains unrepentant on its war in Ukraine. But “strategically neutral” nations can and must play a role in ending this conflict.
A conversation with Orla O’Connor, co-director of Together For Yes, the civil society campaign that helped overturn Ireland’s abortion ban, on advocacy and how to build lasting support for women’s rights.
The second-richest Australian has some bold ideas for the so-called miracle fuel. But you can’t start a revolution without a plan.
The Latin American nation has voted out its pro-business political establishment. But to stand a chance of meeting sky-high expectations, president-elect Gustavo Petro needs moderation.
Exploding tanks and errant precision weapons are bad advertising for defense exports that were already lagging. In Asia and elsewhere, that could be good news for the West.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has been a wake-up call, even for Japan’s hawks. Now strong talk needs to be matched with action — at home and abroad.