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No country is an island

We share a world economy and a vulnerable planet. The global reach of the pandemic has reminded us of these realities. Ours is a fragile world. After the last year and a half, we know it.  We must not forget it.

Martin Wolf, Chief FT Economics Commentator

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Learning to live with climate change: lessons from Los Angeles

With a 1.5C rise in temperatures now seeming inevitable, California is becoming a laboratory for solutions

Coronavirus and the global recovery: the dangers of whiplash economics

Ten days ago, markets were spooked by inflation. But the spread of the Delta variant is now forcing countries to reverse plans to reopen

The G20 has failed to meet its challenges

Lack of a truly global response to the pandemic augurs badly for common action on climate change

The last days of the ‘New Afghanistan’

From Kabul, stories of a generation living the final moments of a freedom that is all they’ve ever known

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We have the data

We face enormous challenges in the coming decades, from the accelerating climate crisis to the battle against inequality in all its guises.  But we have better tools than ever before, including the data to diagnose problems and their causes and to seek solutions.

John Burn-Murdoch, FT Senior Data-Visualisation Journalist

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My wild ride into the crypto world

How I bought a virtual horse, raced him, and got a first-hand look at the delights and dangers of NFTs

A new economic era: is inflation coming back for good?

In the first in a series, Chris Giles examines whether the extraordinary post-crisis stimulus will lead to rising prices

Covid realities temper optimism around eurozone growth

The bloc’s GDP is expected to increase at its fastest rate in two decades, but there are fears governments could cut support too soon

Coronavirus tracker: the latest figures as countries fight the Covid-19 resurgence

The FT analyses the scale of outbreaks and tracks the vaccine rollouts around the world

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Innovate fast

What can save a business in crisis? A culture of experimentation. The companies that thrived through the pandemic reshaped their business models.  What lesson has this taught us? Innovate or perish.

Serguei Netessine, FT columnist

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Necessary but corrosive: Lucy Kellaway on ambition

The former FT journalist was brought up to despise aspiration. Now she considers it a good thing, but it must be proportionate

What crises teach us about innovation

Governments should allow industry collaboration to solve pressing problems

Charles Tyrwhitt adapts to the age of the homeworker

Nick Wheeler, founder of the men’s outfitter, says recovery and growth will come through its casual ranges

Leaders’ Lessons: The value of mistakes

A global panel of CEOs and leaders reveal their pandemic failures and what they learnt from them

Letters to this new world

Our 'Letters to this New World' campaign aims to inspire our global community to realise what a post pandemic world could, and should look like.  We have brought our journalists to the fore, using our top editorial voices to pen their own letter to the future, each referencing their own area of expertise.

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Let’s not go back to a past which wasn’t working anyway

The post-pandemic world must offer a new deal to the young. That means banning employment practices that leave people underpaid and insecure

Brace yourself. Or, more accurately, log on

Cryptocurrencies, blockchain and artificial intelligence platforms threaten to reshape how money travels around the world

Fakery is now everywhere

We are in an Age of Fantasy, where millions of people believe crypto “money” and stock market “value” can be created out of thin air, and somehow enjoy enduring worth

A return to life as it was would be devastating

Countries with the means to switch to cleaner energy must help those that lack it

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