Monthly Archives: June 2017

By Joyce Hakmeh

A failure to tackle cybercrime would imperil strategic development plans intended to diversify GCC economies and reduce their reliance on…

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By Emily Frith

In a new report, the Education Policy Institute (EPI) has examined the evidence of the impact of using social media…

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By Rob Bailey; Laura Wellesley

Trade chokepoints – maritime, coastal and inland – pose an underexplored and growing risk to global food security. Maritime chokepoints…

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By Various Authors

Road transport plays a crucial role in society – enabling people and goods to move around the country, and thereby…

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By Dr Graham Gudgin

The models used to assess the economic impact of Brexit were misleading, according to new analysis published today by Policy…

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By Various Authors

Reducing inequality in education is a challenging task where progress has been all too slow. This report reviews the evidence…

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By Dr Bates Gill

While the Trump administration is still in its early stages, it is not too soon to ask some tough questions…

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By Luigi Scazzieri

The prospects for a two-state solution to the Israel-Palestine conflict are receding as Israel tightens its control over the West…

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By Mark Lutter

Britain can become a world innovator in healthcare technology following Brexit. The new report by Mark Lutter argues that Britain…

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