The New World

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Ukrainian author Oksana Zabuzhko on processing the turbulent world through her work
Jim O'Neill asks if new challenges mean an end to the era of globalisation. As chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management, Lord O'Neill was seen as one of the high priests of globalisation - coining the term BRICs to describe the economic rise
This is bonus material from interviews recorded for the New World Series. The economist Jim O’Neill talks to the left-wing thinker Paul Mason about globalisation, neoliberalism and how people across the political spectrum can unite to defend in
This is bonus material from interviews recorded for the New World Series. The economist Jim O’Neill talks with his old boss, the former Conservative Chancellor, George Osborne, about the roots and policy responses to the current backlash agains
The economist Jim O’Neill talks to the President of the International Rescue Committee and former Labour Foreign Secretary David Miliband about the roots and risks of ‘de-globalisation’. This is bonus material from interviews recorded for the N
The economist Jim O’Neill talks with the president of the World Bank, Dr Jim Yong Kim, about globalisation’s winners and losers and how world leaders can ensure its benefits are more evenly spread. This is bonus material from interviews recorde
How is population change transforming our world? Think of a python swallowing a pig: a big bulge makes its way slowly down the snake from the head end to the other end. That's a bit like what's happened to the UK demographically. The baby boom
Cuban performance artist Tania Bruguera on 'artivism' in a changing world
Dayanita Singh uses her photography to construct stories of a changing India.
John Harris examines the international rise of anti-elitist or 'populist' politics, what is motivating the anger of voters, and what might happen next.
The novelist and playwright on the changing politics of the US, Germany and Austria.
Gideon Rachman examines the challenge the rise of China poses to American global power, and explores a new pattern of international tensions.
Turkish writer Ece Temelkuran on how she chronicles the turbulent world through her work.
Are we really living in a post-truth world? It has been an extraordinary year for the concept of veracity. Brexit. Trump. Experts have taken a beating, facts have apparently taken second place to emotion and feeling. And what about truth? It se
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