Argentina is already feeling the sting of its new president’s policies – but Javier Milei is pressing ahead with ever-more radical plans to overhaul the economy.
After months of indefinite postponement, presidential and parliamentary elections will finally be held over the next two years.
Some aspects of Argentine President Javier Milei’s programme resemble the far right, but others do not. Without excluding him from this movement, we should recognize there are differences.
Cuba’s economy – saddled by US sanctions and ill-timed reforms – is in dire straits.
Russia’s 2022 invasion of Ukraine reprised the risks of energy weaponization, but the oil landscape today and energy security itself are changing.
Research shows why people in more diverse communities tend to rely less on negative stereotypes.
Ghana’s deal with the IMF is the 17th in its history.
Tunisia is behaving like many other countries confronted by social, political and economic challenges - it’s blaming migrants as a ploy to divert attention.
A new survey suggests three ways consumers are behaving like the US economy is in crisis, which may become a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Crisis, which crisis?
An economist provides insight into how inflation is measured, where it comes from and how it is impacting Canadians and the economy at large.
With a recession seeming imminent, many Canadians are rightfully concerned about the state of their finances. Here are some ways you can be prepared for one.
The island nation is the latest economy to implode through mismanagement – for which the citizens will pay more than foreign creditors.
Under fire for her past Russian links, Marine Le Pen may still be within reach of the second round of the French presidential elections thanks to her left-leaning economic agenda.
With fuel shortages and economic ruin causing havoc in the country, Lebanon is in dire need of help. But its supporters may have run out of patience.
National procedures for approving the financing of the European recovery plan are delaying its implementation. But the horizon seems to be clearing.
With a rising stock market and a booming economy in some industries, not all Americans have been negatively impacted by Covid-19. Which parts of the population have come out on top?
Six months into the Covid-19 crisis, the president is boasting that the US economy is back on its feet. While the figures show that some job losses have been cut, there is little room for optimism.
The global economy is currently experiencing its severest contraction since the 1930s. While capitalism will survive, its fundamental structure can change at critical historical junctures.
We are now at the start of the sixth great wave in economic disruption, driven by renewables, electomobilty and smart-city technologies.