GUIDE TO THIS MONTH'S ARTICLES - July / August 2018
This month, the magazine is about global finance. In September 2008, there was a global financial crisis. Why did it happen and will there be another financial crisis soon?
From this month's magazine:
10 years ago there was a global financial crisis. What went wrong and where are we now?
When will we see the next financial crisis? Is it a good idea to lower or raise interest rates? Should all countries do this at the same time?
We think that China and other Asian countries are doing very well economically. But is this really true?
There are very big comapmies lke Facebook in Silicon Valley but is there too much money looking for too many new business ideas?
Is free trade good for all countries?
Debt is growing in sub-Saharan Africa - what are the dangers?
Many Palestinian families in East Jerusalem are facing eviction under an Israeli law. Read about the terrible experience of the Sumarin family:
Steve McCurry took the well-known photo in 1984 of the green-eyed Afghan Girl. Read about his experiences as a photographer around the world:
In the financial crisis many in the US lost their homes. Read about Julius and Ellen and their big family who are still fighting to keep their house:
Two football teams - one in Abkhazia and one in Georgia. But they cannot play a match together because of politics:
First the British evicted the people of Chagos from their island home. Now the British want to deport them from the UK. Why? And what action are the Chagos people taking?
Read the latest country profile - all about Costa Rica:
The rise of China is changing the world economy. How did this happen and what problems are there now for the West?
In Peru, if you protest against human rights problems, the authorities will probably say you are a criminal. Read about a protester, Walter Aduviri:
How does climate change link to the stock market? - read about the 'carbon bubble':