The workers and the poor of Bolivia loved Evo Morales as long as he told them the lies they desperately wanted to believe were true. But now that he’s in office, the expected magic unicorns bearing cash and prizes for all have somehow failed to show up on schedule.
Cheap fuel has put more people on the road, and traffic crash fatalities are skyrocketing. Self-driving cars can’t get here fast enough.
Although Taiwan will never, on its own, be able to repel China, in some areas the military lacks even basic capabilities.
The state’s carbon market is floundering, but that didn’t stop the legislature from moving to extend it.
The Land of the Rising Sun may be stagnating, but it still has plenty of economic clout in its region.
History repeats itself as an oversupplied solar panel market threatens producers’ profit margins.
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