Bibliografías recientes

Título Fuente
Code red. Why China's. AI push is worrying. State-controlled corporations are developing powerful artificial intelligence The Economist
Blue-water reds. The West need not fear China's war games with Russia. In fact, America's navy should co-operate more with China's, too The Economist
Unlikely partners. Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin behave like the best of buddies. But suspicion between Russia and China runs deep The Economist
At what cost? Can the world thrive on 100% renewable energy? A transition away from fossil fuels is necessary, but it will not be painless The Economist
Additive manufacturing. 3D printers start to build factories of the future. Recent advances make 3D printing a powerful competitor to conventional mass production The Economist
Crisis civilizatoria y racionalidades Libro
Vorsprung durch Angst. The good and bad in Germany’s economic model are strongly linked. Germany is admired for its stability but derided for persistent trade surpluses The Economist
Dam bluster. How climate change might affect the Nile. Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan will have to learn to share water, or their people will suffer The Economist
Reinstatement. Reform of China's ailing state-owned firms is emboldening them. Outperformed by private firms, they are no longer shrinking as a share of overall output The Economist
Rolling up the welcome mat. A crackdown on financial crime means global banks are derisking. Charities and poor migrants are among the hardest hit The Economist