Tag: india

Cold War

A Pacific war, sparked by Taiwan, would be a bloody cataclysm, and no one would be well served by it. Australia doesn’t have to choose. On Sep 16th, 2021 Australia effectively chose. Following years of sharply deteriorating relations… Read More

Politics

Biden is unlikely to overreach in the Middle East. But as Kissinger could tell him, it would also be a mistake for him to turn his back on it. That KJU (Kim Jong Un) was not present is… Read More

Mexico

While the official number of total Covid-19 fatalities in Mexico is exceeded by only the numbers recorded in the U.S. and Brazil, it is roughly on par with India, a country whose population is ten times bigger than… Read More

India

Medical crowdfunding has become essential in India, but it’s leaving many behind It helps us weave together the Indian government’s recently stated positions on intellectual property protection and what appears to be India’s conflicted position on the TRIPS… Read More

Travel

Migration in the future will be subject to the push of climate change and the pull of rich and aging countries. The West and East Asia that will desperately need younger workers from abroad. Nearly 18 months into… Read More

Vaccine

This is the world’s first human DNA vaccine against Covid-19. Advantages and drawbacks of the vaccine. Companies and rich nations are creating a deadly Covid-19 vaccine protection racket. Profiteering from vaccine inequity: a crime against humanity? Herd immunity… Read More

Microbiome

This collection of microbes in your body includes bacteria, fungi, and viruses. Together, it’s called the human microbiome. Scientists are only just discovering the enormous impact of our gut microbiome and how it could hold the key to… Read More

Nepal

The battle against the pandemic is being fought not just by medics in hospitals, but by volunteers and activists through social media, online groups and community organising, while political leaders are widely seen as incompetent and indifferent. The… Read More

England

With mile-long lines at the gas stations, empty supermarket shelves, soaring prices, and nothing working, the UK heads back to the 1970s. These just-in-time systems only work if consumers are confident in their functioning and trust people in… Read More

Zoönosen

Killer’ fish deployed to fight dengue outbreak in northern India. Fish will eat mosquito larvae and are a safer alternative to chemicals. Mosquitoes often take blood meals from more than one host species, making them an excellent vector… Read More

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