-5.5 C
New York
Wednesday, January 26, 2022
Tags Europe

Tag: Europe

The euro is plunging – and probably won’t bounce back soon

Keith Pilbeam, City, University of London The euro has weakened against the US dollar since the beginning of 2021,...

Trouble on the Belarus-Poland border: What you need to know about...

Tatsiana Kulakevich, University of South Florida Using migrants as pawns is perhaps nothing new. But rarely do you have...

Pandemic recovery will take more than soaring growth – to fuel...

Bas van Bavel, Utrecht University and Auke Rijpma, Utrecht University Once a country’s economy reaches a certain level of...

Women used to dominate the beer industry – until the witch...

Laken Brooks, University of Florida What do witches have to do with your favorite beer? When...

COVID-19: examining theories for Africa’s low death rates

Kevin Marsh, University of Oxford and Moses Alobo, African Academy of Sciences As the threat of a COVID-19 pandemic emerged earlier this year, many felt...

Python skin jackets and elephant leather boots: How wealthy Western nations...

Maria Ivanova, University of Massachusetts Boston and Candace Famiglietti, University of Massachusetts Boston Three-quarters of new and emerging infectious diseases in humans originate in wildlife....

Which cheek and how many? In France and beyond, a kiss...

Mathieu Avanzi, Sorbonne Université In the English-speaking world, friends and family generally greet each other with a wave, handshake or hug, depending on their degree...

Trump is flouting global trade rules with China yet embracing them...

Charles Hankla, Georgia State University Just as America’s trade war with China may be winding down, its troubles with Europe seem to be growing. On Oct....

Most Popular

Black and biracial Americans wouldn’t need to code-switch if we lived...

Chandra D.L. Waring, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Boots Riley’s new film “Sorry to Bother You” does anything but apologize. In telling the story of Cassius, a...