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‘A fascinating blueprint for a hope-filled future underpinned by the social power of impact investing.’ Kristalina Georgieva, Managing Director, International Monetary Fund, Former CEO, World…

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Signed at the White House on 15 September, the Abraham Accords are two new peace treaties between Israel and Arab countries, the United Arab Emirates…

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At the beginning of August, I wrote an article about my experiences working as an emergency physician in Stockholm, Sweden, during the covid pandemic. For those who…

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We know different societies vary in terms of their orientation towards individualism (me) and collectivism (we), rooted in their histories, political systems and cultural values.1 …

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We may be a thoroughly divided nation and – if Boris Johnson orders a new lockdown – we may become more so, but there appears…

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In my previous blog, I revealed the earth-shattering findings of positive psychology – that money, a good body and buying stuff don’t make you happy….

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This is not the British government’s finest hour. Its plans to introduce the Internal Market Bill arguably breaks international law and renders void, under certain given…

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I find the current conservatism of the UK left dispiriting these days – the way they don’t so much seek after solutions as defend existing…

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We have recently witnessed two diametrically opposite corporate fortunes in the FinTech world involving Germany’s Wirecard and China’s Ant Group (previously Ant Financial).  Wirecard’s scandalous…

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Business leaders have long operated with the mindset that the purpose of a private enterprise is to maximise value for shareholders. A business seeking investors…

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