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Research shows that US campaign spending in elections tends to mobilise people to vote rather than to switch support.
The current conflict in Ukraine has disrupted its pivotal role in the global grain market. This is causing food prices worldwide to rise, affecting everyone from the farmer to the consumer.
The Global Liveability Index has given us insights into the quality of life in cities worldwide. Vienna, Copenhagen, and Melbourne took the top spots, while UK cities saw a decline. Meanwhile, Asian cities are on the rise, hinting at a shift in the global landscape.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, who has been in power for two decades, is set to face a runoff on May 28. This is an unprecedented situation in Turkish politics.
Russia’s support base is slowly growing while countries condemning it have decreased, particularly from emerging economies.
The US, Sweden, Singapore, Switzerland, and the Netherlands are the top five prepared countries to use frontier technologies, while Guinea, South Sudan, and the Democratic Republic of Congo are the least prepared.