The Great Firewall: How China regulates big tech

In the past couple of decades, China has produced a multitude of big tech giants. Companies like Alibaba, Tencent, ByteDance and others are well on their way to becoming household names, unique in their ability…
Mark Leonard's World in 30 Minutes

Ukraine war at a tipping point

Gideon discusses the state of Ukraine’s defences with Jack Watling, senior fellow for land warfare at the Royal United Services Institute. Russia’s advantage in ammunition and forces is beginning to show on the battlefield. What would it take…
Financial TImes

Xi’s balancing act with Europe

Warren Buffett said Greg Abel should have the final decision on investments at Berkshire Hathaway, the US and Europe disagree on how to manage Russia’s frozen assets, and Chinese President Xi Jinping visits Europe. Plus,…
FT News Briefing

From Ukraine to Gaza, EU foreign ministers face tough discussions

In the latest episode of Euractiv’s Today in the EU, with Alexandra Brzozowski, Euractiv’s Global Europe editor, we look into the intricacies of the EU’s foreign affairs meeting. EU foreign affairs ministers are meeting in…
Today in the EU

Russie-Ukraine : les sociétés au défi de la guerre

Dans ce nouvel épisode du podcast « Le Monde selon l’Ifri », nous accueillons Tatiana Kastouéva-Jean, directrice du Centre Russie/Eurasie de l’Ifri, pour analyser les enjeux de la prochaine élection présidentielle russe de mars 2024…

NATO new era: Who’s fit for its top job?

On the latest episode of Euractiv’s Today in the EU, all eyes are on the NATO military alliance, which is celebrating its 75th anniversary with two new members: Finland and Sweden. Lying ahead in 2024…
Euractiv

What to do with frozen Russian assets

In this episode of The Sound of Economics, Rebecca Christie invites MEP Johan Van Overtveldt and Bruegel Senior fellow Nicolas Véron to talk about the impact of the sanctions on Russian assets in the global…
The Sound of Economics

Sweden set to join the Nato club

Sweden is set to become a Nato member, the UK Financial Conduct Authority is planning to name firms under investigation at a much earlier stage, and Microsoft has struck a deal with a French artificial…
FT News Briefing

Biotech is back

Israel plans to raise debt and taxes to fund its war in Gaza and global house prices are on the rise. Plus, FT correspondent Paola Tamma discusses some of the troubles plaguing the EU’s key…
FT News Briefing