Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa are being urged to act, as the "only powerful governments left"
The US has always been used to taking gold, but with London overtaking New York, is the superpower using its regulators to shove the City off its racing line?
That it is left to a former Archbishop to highlight the immorality of debt, when many Conservatives would rather talk about immorality of high pay, is a worrying sign indeed
As the west struggles under its crushing debts the continuing rise of economies elsewhere could be the real story of 2012
The London Cyberspace Conference was yet another at which we did a lot of talking. What we should really be focusing on is doing; creating growth and jobs.
Prime Minister David Cameron’s blue-sky conference speech left the party faithful full of doubts, writes our UK Political Editor Harry Cole in Manchester
Putin’s world view and methods of operating need to be challenged by those of us who believe in the power of democracy, the rule of law and freedom of the individual. But Georgia is not the place to ground that challenge.
The misinformed view that current carbon targets are unattainable with an aviation policy which encourages growth needs to be addressed head on.
Conventional wisdom would have us bequeath Brazil the title of prince-in-waiting on the international stage. The reality is a little less clear
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