Home and away: Bengaluru or Berlin
Posted on October 24, 2020
Germany will soon have a new draft law that will give employees the legal right …Read More
Is it really all over for the office?
Posted on October 23, 2020
Many companies don’t expect workers to return to offices until next summer. Those that have …Read More
The pandemic is throwing up new opportunities for phishing
Posted on October 17, 2020
The other day I received an email offering a health check up with the blood …Read More
We shouldn’t be grading ‘mass casualty events’ such as pandemics and world wars together
Posted on October 14, 2020
I was very struck by the following rundown on so-called mass casualty events in the …Read More
Expect fewer vices in the Pence-Harris debate
Posted on October 7, 2020 / The National
In normal times, a vice-presidential debate doesn’t rank high on the roster of set-piece events …Read More
There’s Senegal and then there’s Donald Trump’s America
Posted on October 5, 2020
It is a stark , a startling and unsettling contrast. On the western edge of …Read More
Corona karaoke and off-shoring refugees. Just another day in England
Posted on September 30, 2020
As far as coronavirus goes, here are the rules in England, succinctly delivered by @DoughtyStreet …Read More
Why do restaurants matter?
Posted on September 27, 2020
‘1843’, sister magazine of ‘The Economist’ asked an important question the other day: Why …Read More
Joe & the Juice: A Danish model for a post-pandemic world?
Posted on August 2, 2020
Back in October, when no one (other than epidemiologists) was worrying about a global pandemic …Read More
Is Dr Fauci a savvy enough public servant?
Posted on July 30, 2020
When I heard America’s top doctor, Anthony Fauci, pleading with the US president (starts at …Read More
Rashmee has lived and worked in several countries in the past decade, including Afghanistan, India, Haiti, Tunisia, the UAE, US and UK