• Harry Blutstein is an adjunct professor at RMIT University, writer and freelance journalist who writes on an eclectic range of topics that cover globalization. He has just completed his history of postwar globalization "The Ascent of Globalization".

Athletics doping crisis
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Athletics doping crisis

The world of sport has been rocked by the explosive allegations of widespread doping.

Book Review: The Yellow Peril by Christopher Frayling
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Book Review: The Yellow Peril by Christopher Frayling

This history of racism shows how scaremongering cliches about the Chinese have prevailed from Dickens to today.

Strategy behind Windows 10
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Strategy behind Windows 10

After Windows 8 flopped, Microsoft is betting big on Windows 10.

China’s banks – boom and bust
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China’s banks – boom and bust

Shadow banking has helped fuel continued Chinese economic growth. But it could come back to bite if not brought into line.

Game Theory explained
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Game Theory explained

Game theory – making the best decision based on predicting those of others – is connected with both poker and George Orwell.

Book Review – Inequality by Anthony B Atkinson
Book Reviews

Book Review – Inequality by Anthony B Atkinson

Anthony Atkinson makes an urgent call for political intervention to tackled an economy that favors the rich.

Book Review – The New Spymasters by Stephen Grey
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Book Review – The New Spymasters by Stephen Grey

Do spies still have a role in the age of electronic surveillance? Quite definitely, says this valuable and thought-provoking book.

Pluto revealed
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Pluto revealed

Historic close-ups of Pluto and its moon Charon present puzzle for scientists.

Greece Votes for uncertainty
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Greece Votes for uncertainty

Various experts explain what the ‘no’ vote means for Greece, the euro and the EU.

Failing the world’s poorest children
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Failing the world’s poorest children

A UNICEF report says global progress on child survival and reducing poverty has left behind some of the world’s poorest children.

Sex in ancient Greece
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Sex in ancient Greece

Here are the facts behind four commonly held beliefs about Ancient Greek sexuality.

Book Review – The Underwriting by Michelle Miller
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Book Review – The Underwriting by Michelle Miller

Michelle Miller has written a rip-roaring novel about investment bankers.

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