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Price Cap on Russian Oil Wins Backing of G7 Ministers

WASHINGTON — The top economic officials of the world’s leading advanced economies agreed on Friday to forge ahead with a…

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How Joe Manchin Left a Global Tax Deal in Limbo

WASHINGTON — In June, months after reluctantly signing on to a global tax agreement brokered by the United States, Ireland’s…

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Global Central Banks Ramp Up Inflation Fight

Central bankers around the world are lifting interest rates at an aggressive clip as rapid inflation persists and seeps into…

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Air Pollution Kills 10 Million People a Year. Why Do We Accept That as Normal?

For every thousand people alive on earth, 973 are regularly inhaling toxins. Only 27 are not. Which means, almost certainly,…

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The World Needs More Than Crumbs From the G7’s Table

The Group of 7 summit in Germany ended last week with leaders of the world’s richest countries pledging to support…

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What a Dying Lake Says About the Future

A few days ago The Times published a report on the drying up of the Great Salt Lake, a story…

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Subsidized Ocean Fishing Threatens the Sea’s Bounty

The World Trade Organization has been struggling for over two decades to reach an agreement among its members to restrict…

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How Bad Is the Global Food Crisis Going to Get?

They were calling it a crisis even before the war began: more than 800 million people in a state of…

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America Led on Global Health Before. It Must Do So for Covid.

Almost exactly 20 years ago, President George W. Bush stood in the White House Rose Garden and announced a $500…

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What Vaccine Apartheid Portends for the Climate Future

The pandemic has been furnishing new and distressing episodes almost weekly for more than two years now. But what is…

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