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Did faulty survey questions skew polls in Temer’s favor?

Did faulty survey questions skew polls in Temer’s favor?

Glenn Greenwald takes a closer look at a new poll that shows an overwhelming number of Brazilians want the interim president to stay on till 2018.

Why Doesn’t the US Challenge Japan’s EEZ Claims on Okinotorishima?

Why Doesn’t the US Challenge Japan’s EEZ Claims on Okinotorishima?

The US' freedom of navigation operations are nothing but an exercise of double-standards and selective enforcement, writes Wang.

Turkey’s Failed Coup May Have Unexpected Benefits for Putin

Turkey’s Failed Coup May Have Unexpected Benefits for Putin

Ankara's alienation from Europe and the US could prove highly beneficial for Moscow primarily in terms of relations with Europe, writes Barmin.

The common struggle to implement UN sustainable goals

The common struggle to implement UN sustainable goals

Fulfilling the SDGs will not be easier for wealthier countries as data shows the rich nations club OECD still fares poorly on roughly one third of the goals, writes Shank.

India’s growth quandary

India’s growth quandary

As Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeks new ways to accelerate economic growth, a top economist warns that growth must be inclusive and sustainable.

From strength to strength: Trade is vital for the future of India’s economy

From strength to strength: Trade is vital for the future of India’s economy

Broadening its trade and diversifying its export profile will serve the Indian economy well, says Commerzbank's Alexander Rost.

Brexit or Remain, the UK referendum is changing the country

Brexit or Remain, the UK referendum is changing the country

The UK is getting ready to vote on EU membership, but, writes Russell Merryman, whatever the outcome, the damage may already be done.

Digital economy hopes for Brazil overstretched

Digital economy hopes for Brazil overstretched

The world will be more and more divided between countries that use and those that develop digital technologies and business models and standards, argues Professor Arbache.

Unpopular and scandal plagued, what legitimacy does Brazil’s interim government have to impose painful cuts?

Unpopular and scandal plagued, what legitimacy does Brazil’s interim government have to impose painful cuts?

The measures taken by Brazil's interim government to roll back Brazil’s social safety net clearly wouldn’t receive popular support through vote, writes Cowie.

How the media spins today’s South Africa

How the media spins today’s South Africa

Hanief Haider questions why certain sections of SA media are more inclined toward foreign capital than Black economic empowerment.