The World’s Radio Station

December, 28

The moligopoly scenario

There are many anti-Big Tech activists and politicians who want to heavily regulate or dismantle companies like Amazon, Google, Apple, and Facebook.


They fear that these companies have become too big and too powerful, often even referring to these companies as ‘monopolies.’



But maybe this isn’t a fair characterization.


Perhaps these Big Tech companies need to offer far more value to consumers than monopolies typically do, because they are all in competition with each other.

December, 25

Democratisation in Belarus

– Vytis JURKONIS, Lecturer at the Institute of International Relations and Political Science of Vilnius University.

– Anaïs MARIN, Researcher with the University of Warsaw.

– Ioulia SHUKAN, Assistant Professor, University Paris Nanterre.

– Emilija PUNDZIUTE, Research Fellow at the Vytautas Magnus University in Kaunas, Lithuania.

November, 23

The market takes shape: The Ukrainian gas sector to 2030

Ukraine continues to make progress towards fuller integration with the European gas market.

November, 03

A conversation with President Trump’s former Chief of Staff ( Mick Mulvaney )

Australia has managed its US relationship exceedingly well under President Trump

but what risks and opportunities lie ahead for Australia and its national interests under either election outcome ?

October, 15

Can impact bonds help solve the global education crisis ?

How to achieve the financing required to deliver quality education ?


One solution links payment to achievement of outcomes through social and development impact bonds.

October, 03

Armenia-Azerbaijan Conflict Could Drag in Russia and Turkey

Last weekend, fighting broke out in the contested Nagorno-Karabakh region, reigniting a frozen conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan.


The New York Times’ Andrew Kramer and Chatham House’s Laurence Broers examine what the conflict could mean for the region and Russia’s broader competition with Turkey for power.