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Heiko Khoo
Heiko Khoo is a radio producer specialising in documenting public opinion. He is also a columnist, video producer, historian and a well known public speaker in London. He was living in East Germany at the time of the fall of the Berlin Wall and worked at Tongji University and Shanghai International Studies University in the early 1990s.
2017 12 08
Irish question returns to haunt Brexit
When Theresa May did a deal with Northern Ireland Unionists to save her post-election government, she couldn't have imagined it might spark a new round of "Irish Troubles."
2017 10 26
Abe's new 'mandate'
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has a strong mandate to tackle low investment, low productivity growth and low profit rates as Japanese capitalism remains frail.
2017 10 02
Blockchains and the cryptocurrency craze
The world of cryptocurrency is growing, such as Bitcoins; yet is unlikely to become a significant form of moving money.
2017 09 29
Germany: End of an era
The recent German election raises many concerns about the country's political and economic stability, a worry not only for the EU but far beyond.
2017 08 07
Venezuela on a knife-edge
Venezuela is heading towards civil war unless the Constituent Assembly empowers the masses to take control of the decisive levers.
2017 06 19
Kensington horror ignites a revolutionary mood
The tragic fire in a West London tower block epitomized the fires being built under the existing order in Britain right now.
2017 06 06
British election: Will Corbyn steal the show?
Faced with an apparently insurmountable challenge, Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party has come out fighting.
2017 06 01
Trump's bizarre budget
U.S. President Trump's budget plan includes a hole of US$2 trillion and does not withstand closer analyses.
2017 05 25
Standing together against hate in Manchester
Although there were isolated anti-Islamic incidents, the recent Manchester suicide bombing largely provoked a coming together of the community to oppose hate.
2017 04 22
May's June election
British PM Theresa May tries to present herself as a strong leader who doesn't change her mind. With the calling of a snap election for June, she has again shown this is nonsense.
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