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Two books look at the rise of autocracy and inequality in the country
A new facility at Changi allows travellers to fly in for contact-free meetings
Is a country’s fate determined by its terrain? Three new books examine the links between territory, power and conflict
This eclectic account of why the west prospered rests on a bold claim — not marrying cousins
Ekaterinburg’s Candidates Tournament succumbs to the inevitable while Singapore’s coronavirus siege goes on
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The chess grandmaster shows what you can do with the clever analysis of numbers
Two books try to make sense of what has gone wrong — but ignore the successes of emerging markets
Global infrastructure project must move beyond mish-mash of opaque bilateral deals
Raghuram Rajan’s The Third Pillar skilfully unpicks the tensions between capitalism, democracy and community
When globalisation meshes with robotics, the losers will be the middle classes
The game is now fashionable for a different reason: artificial intelligence
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The groundbreaking film offers a timely insight into how the world’s wealth is shifting eastward
India makes no secret of its displeasure with the UK’s role as a haven for its tycoons
A hard-headed realpolitik now governs the battle for influence between China, the US and India
Dambisa Moyo’s ‘Edge of Chaos’ presents a divisive manifesto on how to fix democracy
The former British foreign secretary sets out his proposals, which include giving cash directly to migrants
The island nation has embraced public housing in urban tower blocks
One of India’s most important economists on globalisation and how he expects the country to catch up ‘with China in 20 or 30 years’
Two Oxford academics argue that extra funds for countries near trouble spots could help solve the crisis
Rather than a model of laissez-faire capitalism, the state is highly interventionist
Why do so many Indian voters back politicians with criminal reputations?
An analysis of Indian migration to the US tells a story of mutually beneficial exchange
Lessons in the art of the possible from countries that buck the trend