The Council of Economic Advisers, an office made up of rotating advisory group of economists and their staff within the White House administrative structure, was created 70 years ago by the Employment Act of 1946.
There’s an image many of us carry around in our minds, an image of a primitive time when small groups of people lived together and shared equally.
Emmanuel Macron is the first French president to win re-election in two decades.
The Queen is celebrating her 96th birthday in Sandringham.
The most recent macroeconomic figures show that the Chinese slowdown is much more severe than expected and not only attributable to the covid-19 lockdowns.
Lebanon has been suffering a severe economic crisis since 2019.
The Inter-Parliamentary Union has released its Women in Parliament in 2021: The Year in Review report, a systematic count of the share of women in national legislatures around the world.