Bibliografías recientes

Título Fuente
The ultimate walled garden. China has the world’s most centralised internet system. A perfect example of a Hamiltonian internet for maximum control The Economist
A wild ride. Radical reforms in Saudi Arabia are changing the Gulf and the Arab world. The crown prince is liberalising social norms and the economy, but clamping down on political dissent, says Anton La Guardia The Economist
The ins and outs. How to fix what has gone wrong with the internet The Economist
The Saudi revolution begins. How to ensure Muhammad bin Salman's reforms succeed. The crown prince's boldness could transform the Arab world for the better. Failure would bring more chaos The Economist
More knock-on than network. The story of the internet is all about layers. How the internet lost its decentralised innocence The Economist
Theatre of war. As its trade tussle with America heats up, China is on the back foot The Economist
Donald v the OPEC dons. The American president is stirring up trouble in a volatile oil market. If he cannot arm-twist OPEC, he may unleash America's Special Petroleum Reserve The Economist
The television will be revolutionised. Netflix is moving television beyond time-slots and national markets. It may make screen-based entertainment a winner-takes-most business The Economist
Insecurity complex. Gulf states fear being encircled by Iran and abandoned by America. Alliances are shifting and Gulf leaders are even making up with Israel The Economist
FAANGs v BATs. America's tech giants vie with China's in third countries. The most titanic commercial battle in the world The Economist