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Middle-east-and-africa
South Africa: Jacob Zuma and his ailing alliance
PARLIAMENTARY elections in South
Thu, 30 January 2014 16:01:45 GMT

Middle-east-and-africa
Sudan: Downhill
THE isolation and underdevelopment of Sudan were manageable when the oil business was booming in the early years of this century. But since South Sudan seceded in 2011, taking most of the oil and cash with it, things have got a lot worse. And sinc
Thu, 30 January 2014 16:01:45 GMT

Middle-east-and-africa
Saudi Arabia: No satisfaction
What happens when
Thu, 30 January 2014 16:01:45 GMT

Middle-east-and-africa
Yemen and al-Qaeda: An island prison?
A SMALL island in the Indian Ocea
Thu, 30 January 2014 16:01:45 GMT

Middle-east-and-africa
Sudan's borderlands: Restless
THE war in Darfur, Sudan’s ravaged western region, once stood for conflicts everywhere. George Clooney, Mia Farrow and Desmond Tutu took up the cause. Now, a decade later, it is rarely mentioned abroad. This is not because the suffering is over—al
Thu, 30 January 2014 16:01:45 GMT

Middle-east-and-africa
Israeli politics: Waiting on the right wing
BINYAMIN NETANYAHU, Israel’s prime minister, is going soft. That, at any rate, is the view of Naftali Bennett, leader of the third-biggest party in the ruling coalition—and keen candidate, sooner rather than later, for the top job. At a conference
Thu, 30 January 2014 16:01:45 GMT

Middle-east-and-africa
Israel’s and Palestine’s gas and oil: Too optimistic?
ARE governments of the Levant fooling their people with false promises of an offshore gas bonanza? From the proceeds, Lebanon hopes to fund a bullet train that will end Beirut’s traffic snarl-ups. Across the water, the Cypriot government has equal
Thu, 23 January 2014 15:59:51 GMT

Middle-east-and-africa
Yemen’s conference: No proper end
ON JANUARY 21st,
Thu, 23 January 2014 15:59:51 GMT

Middle-east-and-africa
Africa’s economies: A tippler’s guide
FOR most people the letters BBC denote the British Broadcasting Corporation. For fans of Real Madrid, the world’s richest football club, they stand for Bale, Benzema and Cristiano (Ronaldo), the team’s goal-guzzling forward line. For investors in
Thu, 23 January 2014 15:59:51 GMT

Feastandfamine
Three myths debunked
BILL GATES on why aid works, the poor are getting richer and growing wealth inequality doesn't matter
Wed, 22 Jan 2014 00:11:46 +0000

Feastandfamine
Meat and greens
ENVIRONMENTALISTS
Tue, 31 Dec 2013 18:28:09 +0000

Feastandfamine
Coming of age
NOT many development institutions celebrate their birthday with a band of African drummers and a loud party, especially when the events take place in the incongruously rigid setting of the campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Thu, 12 Dec 2013 15:45:04 +0000

Feastandfamine
GM maize, health and the Séralini affair: Smelling a rat
GENETICALLY modified maize causes cancer: that was the gist of a study, among the most controversial in recent memory, published in September 2012 in the journal, Food and Chemical Toxicology. Well, actually, it doesn’t. The journal has just retr
Sun, 01 Dec 2013 22:08:03 +0000

Feastandfamine
Dumb-bell or emerging middle?
This is a guest post from Andy Sumner, Co-Director of the King’s International Development Institute at King’s College London.GLOBAL consumption grew by $10 trillion between the end of the Cold War and 2010. The $10 trillion
Tue, 24 Sep 2013 17:36:21 +0000

Feastandfamine
A dollar a day
In 1991, David Dollar and Aart Kraay, both of the World Bank, published an influential paper, “Growth is good for the Poor”. It established, as an empirical ma
Tue, 17 Sep 2013 10:38:28 +0000

Feastandfamine
Three bureaucrats walk into a bar
A colleague from a relatively uncorrupt Asian country kindly sends this anecdote:A Chinese bureaucrat, an Indian bureaucrat and an African bureaucrat walk into a bar. They’ve known each other fo
Fri, 13 Sep 2013 17:12:10 +0000

Feastandfamine
A political plan
A NEW food security bill passed in India aims to end hunger for the poor, but it will not end malnutrition
Tue, 27 Aug 2013 17:51:37 +0000

Feastandfamine
Injecting competition
WILL the world
Fri, 19 Jul 2013 11:27:15 +0000

Feastandfamine
A selection of letters on our article
A coupl
Mon, 10 Jun 2013 13:15:26 +0000

Feastandfamine
Food for thought
BRITAIN and Brazil will pay host to meeting on hunger on June 8th, to build support for nutrition programmes ahe
Fri, 07 Jun 2013 23:29:38 +0000

Feastandfamine
It can be done
THE world has done a remarkable job of lifting almost a billion people out of extreme poverty in the past 20 years. Doing so again by 2030 is possible but more difficult than before 
Thu, 06 Jun 2013 15:24:12 +0000

Feastandfamine
Poverty, geography and the double dilemma
IMAGINE a world without extreme poverty. The Economist did and i
Mon, 03 Jun 2013 16:28:10 +0000

Feastandfamine
Beyond GDP
ANNIVERSARIES a
Thu, 18 Apr 2013 10:54:24 +0000

Feastandfamine
Trimming the dividend
The demographic dividend isn’t everythingThe annual Human Development Report of the UN Development Programme usually matters because it provides a broader measure of development
Fri, 15 Mar 2013 17:43:00 +0000

Feastandfamine
Ladies from Shanghai
A low-fertility trap in China's largest cityTHIS week The Economist looks at the backlash against the one-child policy in China.
Fri, 15 Mar 2013 12:41:56 +0000

Feastandfamine
By the receding waters of Babylon
This week’s Economist contains an alarming account of the big decline in the waters in and below the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. These flow from eastern Turkey to the Gulf and form part of the so-called “fertile crescent”, the
Fri, 08 Mar 2013 18:45:21 +0000

Feastandfamine
GM crops and carbon emissions: Frankenfoods reduce global warming
At a time when agricultural experts are getting hot under the collar about an Indian village whose claims to be smashing rice-growing records have been extolled here and debunked here, it is useful to have a cool global appraisal of th
Mon, 04 Mar 2013 15:30:03 +0000

Feastandfamine
Many voices at the table
AS the arctic melts, the politics of the region are hotting up. Today, the arctic council includes Singapore, India and China, among others
Fri, 01 Feb 2013 20:01:37 +0000

Feastandfamine
GM foods: Poacher turned gamekeeper
A SPEECH by Mark Lynas has stirred up an intriguing debate both online and off about genetically-modified (GM) foods. Mr Lynas is the author of three well-received books about the environment and was an early anti-GM activist, spending, as he puts it
Mon, 07 Jan 2013 17:05:09 +0000

Feastandfamine
Christmas feast
Feast and famine (along with The Economist newspaper) is taking a short break. Normal service will resume in the first week of the New Year. Meanwhile, to all our reasons: Merry Christmas; Season's Greetings; Happy Holidays; Feliz Navidad
Wed, 19 Dec 2012 16:38:30 +0000



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