How will the U.S. and South Korea respond?
Green investments have a dismal track record in generating big eco-returns per dollar spent.
Measures would ban minarets, calls to prayer, veils.
Support for fracking in the UK is falling while opposition to the drilling practice grows.
Oil is more than $70 cheaper per barrel than Venezuela needs it to be to balance the national budget.
Japan and South Korea have been calling on Beijing to step up the pressure on Pyongyang.
Democrats still love the law, but Republican and Independent support is plummeting.
Europe’s highest court ordered the European Commission back to the drawing board to fix its broken carbon market.
Prepares to close borders with Italy and Hungary, restricts refugee rules.
Authoritarians have picked up a thing or two from the very civil society organizations they are seeking to repress: they are learning to share “best practices” among themselves.
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